Beacon Weekly Roundup — May 6th
Beacon Blog Roundup
This week we filed our lawsuit on behalf of Memphis resident Tammy Pritchard against the state’s unfair and unconstitutional hair washing license, you can read her full story here.
Justin Owen made the Beacon Center staff take a test to see if we were elites or Average Joes, find out the results and see what you qualify as by clicking here.
Beacon in the News
Lindsay Boyd wrote an op-ed featured in the Knoxville News Sentinel which shows how Beacon’s healthcare victories this session will help all Tennesseans.
Debra Nutall, the sister of Beacon’s plaintiff in our hair washing lawsuit against the state of Tennessee, was published in the Memphis Commercial Appeal to discuss how occupational licensing keeps poor people from escaping poverty.
Beacon Litigation Director Braden Boucek wrote an article on our shampooing lawsuit in the Tennessean.
*Because of all the press we got this week on our lawsuit, only the highest profile hits are included below.
Coverage of our shampooing lawsuit this week
And we were even featured on the Drudge Report