Vt. writer on privacy to address ACLU meeting
The Nov. 10 session at the National Life building in Montpelier begins with the ACLU's business meeting at 9:30, with awards to follow.
Keizer, who lives and works in the Northeast Kingdom, has a new book out called "Privacy," a topic that has been a big agenda item for the ACLU for years. He's set to speak at 1:15 p.m. and the public is invited.
Allen Gilbert, executive director of the ACLU's Vermont chapter, says privacy is the basis for a range of rights, including that against unreasonable searches and the right of women to a range of reproductive health choices.
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