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Pittsburgh Bureau Of Police Accused Of Discrimination

The ACLU has filed a class-action lawsuit again the Pittsburgh Police Bureau claiming racial discrimination in its hiring policies for police recruits.


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Pa. Voter ID Law Faces Legal Challenge

Ten regular voters say Pennsylvania’s new voter identification law will prevent them from voting in this November’s election and they estimate as many as 80,000 to 800,000 Pennsylvanians do not have acceptable photo IDs to vote.


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To Pledge Or Not To Pledge?

KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to Jim Davis, attorney and school solicitor For Brownsville Area Schools.

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Refusal To Stand For Pledge Of Allegiance Leads To Lawsuit

Are students required to say the Pledge of Allegiance at school? That was the question that confronted school officials at the Brownsville Middle School and the wrong answer has resulted in a federal lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.


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Local Opinion Mixed On New Voter ID Measure

Gov. Tom Corbett has signed a controversial bill that requires all voters to show identification at the polls.


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Ten Years Of The Patriot Act

KDKA’s Mike Pintek is joined by Susan Herman, President of the American Civil Liberties Union and author of a new book, Taking Liberties.

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ACLU Files Lawsuit After Arrest Of Mexican Workers At Local Mall

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit on behalf of nine Mexican men who say they were falsely arrested at a local shopping mall and held for hours.


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Local Superintendent Takes Heat For Prayer In School

A superintendent is taking heat from the ACLU. Frank McClard, superintendent in the Lakeview School District, is accused of mandating prayer in his district.


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Zone 2 Police Asked To Make 10 Traffic Stops A Month

Legal director of the Pennsylvania ACLU, Vic Walczak, joined KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek Tuesday afternoon to discuss Pittsburgh Police Commander George Trosky’s requirement for all police vehicles to stop at least 10 drivers each month for violating the state’s vehicle code.

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Experts Weigh In On Privacy Rights In High-Tech World

In your car, in the park, waiting for a bus or just walking down the street, you never know who might be looking at you.


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Pittsburgh FOP Criticized For Comments

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Fraternal Order of Police says the Jordan Miles incident has made officers more apprehensive – less willing to arrest those carrying illegal guns. The union says the three officers involved have […]


Blawnox May Face ACLU Action

Blawnox Borough resident Melina Brajovic explains to Mike why she continues to record borough meetings.