A group opposed to the state's voter ID law took their opinions to Capitol Hill today.
Members of the Commission and Racism marched near Legislative Plaza. They said they believed the voter ID law passed by the lawmakers last year could be unconstitutional.
"That's a partisan, political-driven motivation to install some obstacles that will ensure that the vote will be suppressed for some people," said protest organizer Isaac Richmond.
In Tennessee, the law allows people who show up to vote without their photo ID, to still cast a provisional ballot, and produce an ID later.
The group plans to expand its protest to 28 states with similar laws.
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