Doe v. Nashua Housing Authority
GLAD won a change in the practice of the Nashua Housing Authority, which had been illegally demanding private medical information about individuals living in subsidized housing.
Advocates Respond to Arguments in Federal Challenge to NH Classroom Censorship LawRead More
The “banned concepts” law creates an unconstitutional barrier to discussions of race, gender, disability, and LGBTQ+ topics in schools and public workplaces.
Expanding GLAD Answers’ ReachRead More
Our GLAD Answers legal infoline is working to help as many people as possible across New England.
New Filing in “Banned Concepts” Lawsuit Asks Court to Declare Law UnconstitutionalRead More
Educators, advocacy groups, and law firms asked the court to declare the state’s school censorship law unconstitutional.