Looks like my home state is trying to going back in time.

"The association of Tennessee cities is raising alarms about the potential impact of one of the conservative Christian movement’s signature victories in the last state legislative session: The Religious Freedom Restoration Act."
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It is light on information but the implied danger is there.

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What we need to do is use this law to start removing everything religious from any public grounds in Tennessee.
I've noticed in the article that the city paper didn't specify WHAT religions this law pertains to. Is it just a select few or ALL???
It does not say, and seeing as if the law cited one religion it would be almost certain to be struck down. Not naming any religion makes is apply to all religions, I could be wrong but that is my take on it.
This is bad.

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