Highlights from our 2021 legislative agenda.
The ACLU responds to Jan. 6 events at the U.S. Capitol.
The ACLU urges Senators Blackburn and Hagerty to count and confirm the Electoral College votes and uphold the will of voters.
Cash bonds paid by third parties in Davidson County will no longer be garnished to pay court fines and fees.
A 6th Circuit Court of Appeals panel has let the part of Tennessee's abortion ban that prohibits abortion if sought for reasons related to Down syndrome, race or gender to take effect in Tennessee.
In an effort to prevent voter intimidation, Tennessee organizations sent a letter to the governor urging him to guarantee the state’s protection of the voting process and Tennesseans’ safety during and following the election.
We joined with the American Muslim Advisory Council to urge the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association to remove the requirement that student athletes get prior approval before wearing religious headgear.
A federal judge temporarily blocked the law that requires doctors to lie to their patients about abortion.
Join us on October 27 for "Ballots & Ballads," a virtual fundraiser to support our “Vote Like Your Rights Depend On It” campaign.
A federal judge has issued modifications to a 1978 court order that prohibited the Memphis government from monitoring the constitutionally-protected political activities of residents.