A federal judge rejects Tennessee’s anti-drag law as too broad and vague


Drag artist Vidalia Anne Gentry speaks during a Feb. 14 news conference held by the Human Rights Campaign to draw attention to anti-drag bills in the Tennessee legislature.

U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker says the first-in-the-nation law designed to place strict limits on drag shows is unconstitutional.

(Image credit: John Amis/AP Images for Human Rights Campaign)

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