Tennessee City Makes Decision On Future Of Pride Fest

  • Over 100 Tennessee residents flooded the city of Franklin late Tuesday afternoon ahead of a city board meeting over approval of a gay Pride festival.
  • In a vote of 5-4, the Franklin city board voted to allow a Pride festival to proceed after a marathon board meeting that lasted nearly five hours.
  • The board was split with a vote of 4-4, but Franklin Mayor Ken Moore cast the deciding vote even after acknowledging that the event last year was not family friendly.