Gay-rights activists sue Tennessee over law protecting religious counselors
A pair of LGBT activists on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, challenging a recently enacted law that allows therapists and counselors to decline to serve gay clients when doing so would violate their sincerely held beliefs. Bleu Copas and Caleb Laieski said the new law unconstitutionally targets and discriminates against gay people.…
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