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Posts tagged ‘Tennessee’

 

Tennessee Court Dismisses Same Sex Marriage Licenses Lawsuit

A florist who declined to create floral arrangements for a same sex wedding has announced plans to appeal her case to the United States Supreme Court.

June 26th, 2019

A lawsuit against a Bradley County clerk who issued marriage licenses to same sex couples was recently dismissed by a circuit court judge and resulted in plaintiffs considering whether to pursue further legal actions. The lawsuit was initiated by a pastor in Bradley County Court in 2016. The History of the Case The Ninth Circuit Read More


Tennessee Becomes First Southern State With Transgender Protection Law

The Dayton City Council recently adjourned in applause after the city passed an ordinance to protect LGBTQ individuals from discrimination.

May 10th, 2019

Tennessee recently became the first state in the southern part of the country with an affirmation of transgender protection with regards to hate crime law. The term “transgender” includes individuals who have a gender identity or expression that is different from the gender the person was assigned at birth. How Tennessee Previously Handled Transgender Protection Read More


ULC Ordination Now Recognized In Knox County, TN

ULC wedding laws

August 2nd, 2012

Ministers of the Universal Life Church Monastery, and other men and women who have become legally ordained online, will now have their ordinations recognized by Knox County, Tennessee. This means that those who have received their minister’s license through the ULC will now be able to perform weddings in the Volunteer State. This is a Read More