U.S. legal-defense group

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The American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) is an American legal organization founded by former Reagan Administration official Robert B. Carleson in 1998. It has been described by The Washington Times as a conservative alternative to the ACLU.[not in citation given] The ACRU has filed numerous amicus briefs in court cases involving election law and voting rights, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), gun ownership and property rights cases, and cases involving the Boy Scouts of America including the 2000 U.S. Supreme Court case of Boy Scouts of America v. Dale, defending the Boy Scouts’ freedom of association right to create their own criteria for leaders and members. Christopher Coates is the ACRU General Counsel, J. Kenneth Blackwell and Robert Knight are Senior Fellows, Ken Klukowski is a Fellow, Jan LaRue is a Senior Legal Analyst, and Carleson’s widow, Susan, is chairwoman.

The ACRU argues in favor of laws that require people to show a photo ID in order to register and vote. The ACRU successfully sued counties in Mississippi and Texas that had more people registered to vote than age-eligible residents.

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