He knew better than to try to fly his drone around the airport, at least:
A small convention of members from the Centers for Spiritual Living have decided they’re not fans of the state’s new therapist discrimination law; they’ve decided to move their conference elsewhere. This is on the heels of a larger conference of therapists doing the same. The Tennessean has more.
The American Counseling Association is considering moving its April 2017 conference to another city outside of Tennessee over the legislation Governor Haslam signed into law yesterday. The law allows counselors and therapists to discriminate against LGBT people based on personal beliefs.
The association said, “IMPORTANT: In light of recent legislative actions in Tennessee, ACA is currently weighting options regarding the location of the 2017 Conference & Expo. More information coming soon.”