And it is only a temporary (though indefinite) order, requesting a response from the ACLU.
That kind of argument is harder for private civil rights groups like the ACLU to make persuasively.
The Wyoming ACLU and Wyoming Liberty Group both back the bill.
“The ACLU attorneys are quite certain that they know what is best for every child in the public sector,” he says.
“These guys were outed and embarrassed,” explains Marjorie Esman, executive director of the Louisiana ACLU.
Schauer Ives says the ACLU plans to sue customs and border protection, as well as the individual doctors involved.
Sax accuses the ACLU of casting itself as a “freedom fighter” and casting him as “the Ku Klux Klan.”
The ACLU and its allies are trying to undermine the holiday with lawsuits and annoying billboards.
The Obama administration is appealing the decision of two federal courts that sided with the ACLU.
In 2011 the Justice Department used 37,600 court orders to get cellphone data, according to documents obtained by the ACLU.