“There is no doubt that this bill will open up job opportunities, especially for minority teens in Tennessee,” Kelsey says. “Excessive regulations from local governments are unwittingly pricing certain employees out of jobs, especially minority teens, who do not yet have the skill set to demand high-wage, high-benefit jobs.”
That's right, we can always count on Kelsey to look out for young black people. This bill clearly is modeled after Casada's fabulous law that overturned Nashville's gay rights ordinance and thus freed businesses in our city to grow like the weeds at the old Thermal Plant site.
“Every time another burden is imposed on our small businesses, it costs jobs,” Casada says. “It also causes small businesses or their human resource departments to have to hire attorneys, an action which is very expensive.”