Dedicated to promoting and protecting constitutional rights. Includes information on advocacy, legislative, legal, and public education programs, membership and donations, students' rights, chapters across the state, and other topics.
Supports policies that promote personal freedom and limited government. Includes analyses of public issues from that perspective.
Promotes and advocates for safety, improved facilities, and increased bicycle and pedestrian activities statewide.
State unit of this nonpartisan voter education organization. Information on how to vote in Tennessee, state government, and the LWV, including links to local leagues.
Coalition advocating for educational opportunity, health care access, affordable housing, stewardship of natural resources, and other principles. Includes issues statements, analysis of candidates' views, and membership information.
Studies issues and proposed legislation in the areas of education, criminal justice, human services, legal affairs, and health. Provides position papers and bill summaries.
Grassroots group based in Nashville focused on consumer concerns, such as consumer protection, health care, and government ethics. News and information about the organization and its issues.
Organized to oppose capital punishment. Includes information about chapters around the state, organization activities, and news and information related to the death penalty.
Organized to support free use of digital technology in people's lives. Information about issues and their current status.
Works to enable enable conservative and pro-family men and women to participate in the process of self-government and public-policy making. Includes alerts on pending state and national legislation.
Statewide teachers organization engaged in supporting public policies that promote and maintain public education, including state tax reform and increased school funding.
Group advocating on behalf of farmers and farming communities in Tennessee
State affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee
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