Pro-life Amendment Passes in Tennessee

Despite a full-court blitz by abortion giant Planned Parenthood in the lead-up to the November 4 ballot, voters in Tennessee passed a pro-life initiative that will make it easier to protect the unborn in the Volunteer State.


By a 54- to 46-percent margin, Tennessee voters approved state constitutional Amendment 1 that the Chattanooga Times-Free Press reported will empower state lawmakers “to pass more regulations on abortions — an ability that was deterred by a 2000 Tennessee Supreme Court ruling that said the state constitution was more protective of a woman’s right to an abortion than the U.S. Constitution.”


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