Tennessee Ranks 3rd in the Percentage of Out-of-State Abortions


YES on 1 is a community-based outreach to raise awareness of the proposed pro-life constitutional amendment slated for public vote on November 4, 2014. Local committees in support of YES on 1 are being developed in communities, counties, churches and campuses across the state. Because of a radical 4-1 ruling by the Tennessee Supreme Court in 2000, Tennessee now boasts a broader right to abortion than that recognized by Roe v. Wade or the U.S. Constitution.


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As expected, pro-abortion opponents of Amendment 1 continue to draw nearly all their support and funding from the abortion industry itself. Based on disclosures filed through October 25, the 'Vote No' campaign shows just 198 individual donors statewide contributing more than $100 each.  In contrast, 16 abortion facilities in Tennessee...

Nashville---Supporters of Amendment 1 held a press conference on Monday, October 27, outside a Nashville abortion facility which is neither licensed nor inspected by the Tennessee Department of Health. In 2002, owner-operator of The Women's Center, Gary Boyle, successfully won his lawsuit against the state in which he claimed that...

This week, Dr. Carol Swain, professor of political science and law, Vanderbilt University, and honorary chair of the “Yes on 1” campaign wrote the following opinion piece that was published in The Tennessean on Wednesday, October 23. I was surprised to read the Oct. 12 opinion piece by former state senator and Tennessee...


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