Tennessee Cancer Action Center


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Virtual Day at the Capitol

Tennessee Virtual Day at the Capitol

Even though you couldn’t make it to Nashville, you can still participate from home.

Join our Virtual Day at the Capitol.

Latest Updates

February 20, 2019

Nashville, TN – February 20, 2019 – Cancer survivors, caregivers and their families from across the state traveled to the Tennessee State Capitol today to call on the Legislature to prioritize the 37,350 Tennesseans who will be diagnosed with cancer in 2019. The visit was part of the American Cancer

December 19, 2018

The 2019 Tennessee state legislative session is right around the corner. This year we have a new governor and many new lawmakers that will be sworn in on January 8th. We have the opportunity to educate these members and the returning members on how state policies will affect cancer patients,

October 19, 2018
Minnesota, National, New Jersey, North Dakota, Tennessee

Forums, food and phones. Those are all part of ACS CAN’s highly effective 2018 Cancer Votes campaign. This year, our premiere electoral program is educating candidates about cancer issues in some of the hottest races in the nation, including a top congressional race in New Jersey, as well as statewide

October 19, 2018
Minnesota, National, New Jersey, North Dakota, Tennessee

We’re getting them on the record. In some of the nation’s most hotly contested races for Congress and governor, ACS CAN volunteers are getting candidates to answer specific questions about top cancer issues. From advocating for more cancer research to supporting improved access to quality, affordable health care, our candidate

State Contacts

Jessica Hyder
Tennessee Grassroots Manager
Michelle Zimmerman
Senior Regional Media Advocacy Manager
Emily Ogden
Tennessee Government Relations Director

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