Post Tagged with: "Tennessee Citizen Action"

Poll Watchers Want Explanation for Long Lines, High Provisional Count

Poll Watchers Want Explanation for Long Lines, High Provisional Count

by / on November 12, 2012

Poll watchers in Nashville say they were surprised that the state’s voter ID law was almost a non-issue on Election Day. But they are asking for an explanation for why lines were so long.

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Activists Hand In 6,000 Signatures Opposing Voter Photo ID Law

by / on February 22, 2012

Groups under the umbrella of Tennessee Citizen Action have filed petitions they say contain six thousand names of persons who want the Photo Voter ID law overturned.

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State Reminding Voters of New ID Law As Early Voting Begins

State Reminding Voters of New ID Law As Early Voting Begins

by / on February 14, 2012

Early voting in Tennessee’s Presidential primary begins Wednesday, and state officials are trying to remind voters that they’ll need something new this year – a photo ID.

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Both Sides of Tort Reform Debate Lobby Lawmakers

by / on March 23, 2011

Tennessee business executives showed up at the state Capitol Wednesday to lobby for Governor Bill Haslam’s tort reform legislation. Opponents also turned up the volume.

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Unions Plan Solidarity Press Conference

Unions Plan Solidarity Press Conference

by / on February 22, 2011

The first in what will likely be a series of union rallies is planned for Wednesday in legislative plaza. The advocacy group Tennessee Citizen Action is trying to get labor unions to stand with teachers, whose negotiating power is threatened by legislation.

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