The state's new abortion law is the strictest in the country, which reproductive rights advocates say will have ripple effects nationally.
The actress previously pledged to donate $3.5 million of her divorce settlement to the civil rights organization.
"This is a huge victory," Lee Gelernt, the attorney overseeing the case and deputy director of the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project, told Newsweek.
"No family should have to fear being torn apart because they are supporting their trans child," said the ACLU of Texas.
The initial suit was brought against the MSP by reporters injured by troopers while covering protests in the wake of the George Floyd and Daunte Wright killings.
The suit accuses Texas of erroneously flagging naturalized citizens as "non-citizens" under shaky and undisclosed criteria.
Noem's proposal joins other anti-abortion measures recently enacted in South Dakota, including an executive order blocking telemedicine abortions.
Holly Dickson, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas, said no one should be subject to medical experimentation.
The policy changed this week previously required transgender people to legally change their name before a sex reassignment surgery could be approved.
A petition organized by the Northland Student Association had gained more than 1,000 signatures by Monday afternoon.
Deborah Archer said the ACLU is "fighting some of those fights that we fought" under Donald Trump and that the Biden Administration must do more.
A lawsuit alleges that the Tennessee law breaches the equal rights safeguards in Title IX and the 14th amendment.
Though the ACLU is against the death penalty, the group argues that death row prisoners should at least be permitted to exercise their religious freedom.
The complaint concerns the arrest of a woman outside Fort Collins Mennonite Fellowship in Colorado on August 22.
The administration is reportedly negotiating settlements of $450,000 per person for those who suffered under Donald Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy.
The judge temporarily blocked a portion of the law that would have allowed Arizona to file felony charges against doctors who perform abortions due to a "genetic abnormality."
The letter said that "building prisons was not the intended use" of the funding provided through President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
The suit against several South Carolina officials contends that the statewide mask mandate ban violates the Americans With Disabilities Act.
The ACLU represented Gavin Grimm, 22, in his lawsuit against the Gloucester County School Board for six years.
A district judge extended her original restraining order against Abbott's directive to pull over vehicles suspected of transporting migrants by two weeks.
A lawsuit claims the Ohio Parole Board has an unofficial policy of denying parole to long-time inmates who had been previously sentenced to death.
"The attorney general's office believes this is a fair settlement for the state," said Iowa Assistant State Attorney General Anne Updegraff.
"Seven months of waiting for the Biden administration to end Title 42 is more than enough," said ACLU attorney Lee Gelernt.
Baker called the law unconstitutional because it would ban nearly all abortions before a fetus is considered viable outside of the mother's womb.
"Britney Spears has said that she wants to pick her own lawyer and the court should respect that wish," said an ACLU attorney.
"We will sue any administration — Democrat or Republican — and hold them accountable when they take positions that violate civil liberties and civil rights," said ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero.
Texas officials have been asked to grant a 30-day stay of execution for John Hummel, whose execution is scheduled for June 30.