The good, the bad and the ugly from the 2019 Tennessee legislative session
Our lawsuit, League of Women Voters of Tennessee v. Hargett, challenges Tennessee's new burdensome voter registration law.
We filed a lawsuit today challenging Tennessee's new burdensome voter registration law.
Read our letter urging Speaker Casada to condemn racist texts sent by his chief of staff.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee is celebrating the power and accomplishments of women with an April 29 concert and discussion in Nashville entitled “We As Women.”
ACLU-TN, the Justice Action Network and Right on Crime conducted a statewide survey showing widespread support for criminal justice reform in Tennessee.
Highlights from our 2019 legislative agenda.
We stand with the Community Oversight Now coalition in urging residents of Davidson County to vote FOR Amendment 1. The police shouldn’t be in charge of policing themselves. Amendment 1 would [...]
A federal judge has ruled that by engaging in surveillance of the protected political activities of activists, the Memphis police have violated a 1978 court order.
Are your candidates for the Tennessee General Assembly fighting for your civil liberties and civil rights? Explore candidates’ campaign positions, statements and more at their campaign links, found below. Not [...]