That is, unless legislators override Gov. Bill Haslam's veto, which he announced today.
"I've made my position very clear," Nathan Deal said of anti-LGBT "religious freedom" laws.
A hearing next week will bring more clarity on whether the Ali Forney Center, which aids LGBT youth in New York City, can purchase a church that incites violence against gays.
The leader of the anti-LGBT legal nonprofit says he “certainly” wants “to push back” on the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling.
Here's a review of books set in, or written by authors from, the Volunteer State.
John Bel Edwards's executive order includes a religious exemption, however, and applies to state contractors but not other private employers.
Enjoy time off in Tennessee, where you get to “sing a sad country song about your gay friends being refused counseling services,” promises Funny or Die's latest satirical video.