I am most interested in how the courts will interpret the Tennessee Religious Freedom Restoration Act (TnRFRA). As I have discussed here before, the Act is quite strongly worded and local governments will find it difficult to deny applications by churches and other religious uses. I should add that I am not the only attorney who has expressed this concern. Back in September of 2009, the Tennessee Municipal Technical Advisory Service, which helps local governments understand and implement their duties and powers, wrote that TnRFRA
The MTAS reference document can be found here.