A Fiberglas Elvis is caught in permanent "uh-huh-huh" in downtown Nashville, where the governor recently vetoed a bill making the Bible the state book of Tennessee. Other lawmakers across the country are dealing with bills with religious subtexts. (Mark Davis/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS)
A Fiberglas Elvis is caught in permanent "uh-huh-huh" in downtown Nashville, where the governor recently vetoed a bill making the Bible the state book of Tennessee. Other lawmakers across the country are dealing with bills with religious subtexts. (Mark Davis/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS) Mark Davis TNS
A Fiberglas Elvis is caught in permanent "uh-huh-huh" in downtown Nashville, where the governor recently vetoed a bill making the Bible the state book of Tennessee. Other lawmakers across the country are dealing with bills with religious subtexts. (Mark Davis/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS) Mark Davis TNS

Religious convictions drive state legislation

May 03, 2016 02:08 PM

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