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ACLU of Va

Lobbying Client
ACLU of Va: Lobbying Client
Overview

Matters: The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia lobbies the members of the General Assembly and the Governor's office to support laws, regulations, policies and procedures that seek to protect civil rights and civil liberties or codify protections against discrimination including legislation and executive action that would reform Virginia's criminal, juvenile justice and mental health systems, dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, ensure access to abortion and other reproductive health services, remove laws and policies that grant public accommodations or other entities the right to deny services to individuals based on religious or moral belief, ensure proper oversight and accountability vis-a-vis the government's use of surveillance and other technology, protect and advance the right to vote via legislation and constitutional amendment, and implement both the Free Exercise and Establishment clauses of the First Amendment. (Less)

Lobbyists Employed

  • Gastañaga, Claire Guthrie
    (Details)

    701 E Franklin St
    Ste 1412
    Richmond, VA 23219

    804-523-2146

    Registered: 6/5/2020
    Matters: The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia lobbies the members of the General Assembly and the Governor’s office to support laws, regulations, policies, and procedures that seek to protect civil rights and civil liberties or codify protections against discrimination including legislation and executive action that would reform Virginia’s criminal, juvenile justice and mental health systems, dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, ensure open and transparent government, ensure access to abortion and other reproductive health services, ensure access to government benefits without discrimination, remove laws and policies that grant public accommodations or other entities the right to deny services to individuals based on religious or moral belief, ensure proper oversight and accountability vis-a-vis the government’s use of surveillance and other technology, protect the right to vote and implement both the Free Exercise and Establishment clauses of the First Amendment.
    Arrangement: Employed
    Job title: Executive Director

  • Glass, Jennifer Rose
    (Details)

    701 East Franklin Street
    Suite 1412
    Richmond, VA 23219

    757-969-3248

    Registered: 6/4/2020
    Matters: The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia lobbies the members of the General Assembly and the Governor's office to support laws, regulations, policies and procedures that seek to protect civil rights and civil liberties or codify protections against discrimination including legislation and executive action that would reform Virginia's criminal, juvenile justice and mental health systems, dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, ensure access to abortion and other reproductive health services, remove laws and policies that grant public accommodations or other entities the right to deny services to individuals based on religious or moral belief, ensure proper oversight and accountability vis-a-vis the government's use of surveillance and other technology, protect and advance the right to vote via legislation and constitutional amendment, and implement both the Free Exercise and Establishment clauses of the First Amendment.
    Arrangement: Employed
    Job title: Director of Advocacy

  • Heilman, Eden Brooke
    (Details)

    701 E Franklin Street
    Suite 1412
    Richmond, VA 23219

    804-523-2152

    Registered: 7/21/2020
    Matters: As a registered lobbyist for the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, I will lobby the members of the General Assembly and/or the Governor's office to support laws, regulations, policies, and procedures that seek to protect civil rights and civil liberties or codify protections against discrimination including some or all of the following: legislation or executive action that would reform Virginia's criminal, juvenile justice, and mental health systems, dismantle the school to prison pipeline, ensure open and transparent government, ensure access to abortion and other reproductive health services, ensure access to government benefits without discrimination, remove laws and policies that grant public accommodations or other entities the right to deny services to individuals based on religious or moral belief, ensure proper oversight and accountability vis-a-vis the government's use of surveillance and other technology, protect and expand the right to vote and implement the Free E
    Arrangement: Employed
    Job title: Legal Director

  • Khanna, Ashna
    (Details)

    9149 Stony Point Pkwy
    Apt 2111
    Richmond, VA 23235

    248-231-2551

    Registered: 5/4/2020
    Matters: The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia lobbies the members of the General Assembly and the Governor's office to support laws, regulations, policies and procedures that seek to protect civil rights and civil liberties or codify protections against discrimination including legislation and executive action that would reform Virginia's criminal, juvenile justice and mental health systems, dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, ensure access to abortion and other reproductive health services, remove laws and policies that grant public accommodations or other entities the right to deny services to individuals based on religious or moral belief, ensure proper oversight and accountability vis-a-vis the government's use of surveillance and other technology, protect and advance the right to vote via legislation and constitutional amendment, and implement both the Free Exercise and Establishment clauses of the First Amendment.
    Arrangement: Employed
    Job title: Legislative Director

  • Tortoriello, Nicole
    (Details)

    701 E Franklin St
    Ste 1412
    Richmond, VA 23219

    804-726-6013

    Registered: 7/20/2020
    Matters: The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia lobbies the members of the General Assembly and the Governor's office to support laws, regulations, policies, and procedures that seek to protect civil rights and civil liberties or codify protections against discrimination including legislation and executive action that would reform Virginia's criminal, juvenile justice, and mental health systems, dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, ensure open and transparent government, ensure access to abortion and other reproductive health services, ensure access to government benefits without discrimination, remove laws and policies that grant public accommodations or other entities the right to deny services to individuals based on religious or moral belief, ensure proper oversight and accountability vis-a-vis the government's use of surveillance and other technology, protect the right to vote and implement the Free Exercise and Establishment clauses of the First Amendment.
    Arrangement: Employed
    Job title: The Secular Society Women's Rights Advocacy Counsel

2020-2021 contact information for ACLU of Va:

  • Claire Guthrie Gastañaga
    701 E Franklin St
    Ste 1412
    Richmond, VA 23219

    804-523-2146

Information on this page comes from public documents on file with the office of the Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council.