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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Amendment 1 Final Vote Tally

Yes - 729,163 52.6%

No - 657,192  47.4%



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Nashville--- Several female members of the state Legislature have announced legislation which would restore common-sense policies regarding the practice of abortion in Tennessee. During a Capitol Hill press conference held hours before Tuesday's opening of the 109th General Assembly, state Senator Mae Beavers (Mount Juliet) joined Representatives Susan Lynn (Mount Juliet)...

Anita Wadhwani, The Tennessean, December 30, 2014. The legal battle continues over Tennessee’s Amendment 1, with opponents of the abortion measure calling the election process “tainted” and asking a federal judge to allow a lawsuit to continue that seeks to either re-count or reject the vote count in favor of...

Featured in 'NO' ads, Planned Parenthood Board Chair Tracey George is Plaintiff Claiming that voter rights were violated and that ballots were not accurately counted in Tuesday's election, pro-abortion opponents of Amendment 1 have filed suit in federal court asking for the results to be nullified.  Yes on 1 responded...


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