In a victory for voting rights, Tennessee lawmakers repealed onerous restrictions previously enacted in a 2019 law that sought to restrict and impose harsh penalties on community voter registration efforts.
It is now established law in the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that states cannot discriminate against voters on the basis of wealth. Inability to pay should never be a barrier to the ballot box.
In the Media
Meet the Experts
Director, Federal Reform
Co-Director, Voting Rights and Redistricting
Senior Legal Counsel
Senior Director, Voting Rights & Redistricting
Co-Director, Voting Rights & Redistricting
Senior Director, Appellate Litigation & Strategy
Director, Trial Litigation
Senior Director, Trial Litigation & Chief of Staff
Vice President, Litigation & Strategy
Sr. Director, Policy & Strategic Partnerships
Legal Counsel, Redistricting
Director, Campaign Finance Litigation
Director, Campaign Finance Strategy
Legal Counsel, Voting Rights
Legal Counsel, Litigation
Legal Counsel, Ethics
Legal Counsel and Restore Your Vote Manager
Media Praise of CLC
Over the past 16 years, CLC has been deeply involved in some of the most significant legal actions affecting American elections.