n this amicus brief, the ACLU,...argue that California’s blanket demand for tax documents identifying the major donors to nonprofit organizations infringes the First Amendment right to associational p

Was looking for examples of the ACLU defending people whose views the ACLU disagrees with. Took some digging but found this example

When the government discloses associational information to the general public, it increases the risk that supporters of unpopular groups will be subjected to threats, harassment, and reprisals. Because the risk of chilling associational freedoms is especially acute under these circumstances, public-disclosure requirements are subject to more stringent judicial scrutiny than...