How Will Tennesseans
Approval of Amendment 1 on the November
2014 ballot would allow passage and
enforcement of common sense policies
designed to protect the health and safety of
women and girls considering abortion.
Because of a radical 4 to 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.
In 2008, 23.7% of abortions were sought by women residing out-of-state.
Yes on 1 is a community-based outreach
to raise awareness of the proposed
constitutional amendment slated for public
vote in 2014. Your help is vital to our
success in informing our friends and
neighbors regarding this effort.
Tennessee Ranks 5th Nationally in the
Number of Out-of-State Abortions
Tennessee Now Has
Abortion on Demand
NO informed consent for women and girls
NO required inspection or regulation of
NO hospitalization requirement for later term
NO required waiting period.