Related Program: The Record ACLU's Alison Holcomb Shares Pot Advice With The United Nations By David Hyde & Hannah Burn • Mar 21, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Flickr Photo/Scott Beale (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 7:53 David Hyde talks with Alison Holcomb, ACLU of Washington's criminal justice director, about her recent trip to the United Nations. Tags: ACLUUnited NationsmarijuanagovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Lawsuits Charge 'Ag-Gag' Laws Violate Free Speech By Jessica Robinson • Mar 19, 2014 Listen Listening... / A lawsuit led by the ACLU is challenging Idaho's brand new, so-called “ag-gag” law aimed at stopping undercover animal rights activists from making videos of abuse at farms and slaughter houses. Washington ACLU Director Reflects On 37-Year Career By Ross Reynolds & Andy Hurst • Feb 3, 2014 Flickr Photo/javacolleen Listen Listening... / 8:50 Ross Reynolds talks with Kathleen Taylor, executive director of the ACLU of Washington, about her long career advocating for civil liberties and free speech. How To Sentence Juvenile Killers? State Supreme Court Weighs 1988 Case By Patricia Murphy • Nov 12, 2013 Listen Listening... / 1:09 Two men convicted in the grisly slaying of an elderly couple when they were teens could get parole if the state Supreme Court rules in their favor. Border Patrol To Share Records About Olympic Peninsula Traffic Stops By Liz Jones • Sep 25, 2013 AP Photo/Ted S. Warren Listen Listening... / 1:47 Civil rights attorneys in Seattle will get reports of all US Border Patrol traffic stops on the Olympic Peninsula for the next 18 months. That’s one of the settlement terms announced Tuesday in a lawsuit that alleged agents racially profiled people they pulled over.