It's my last day as chairman of the board of the Tennessee Equality Project, a position I've held for four years. The thank-yous and the good-byes I say are hardly final since I'll continue to serve as chair of the TEP Nashville Committee and on the board of TEP PAC, our state political action committee. But it will be quite a change not worrying every day about what's going on in Bristol, Memphis, Gallatin, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Jackson, Murfreesboro, and on and on. Habits of worry are hard to break, but mine will be considerably easier given the new officers and all the county chairs who lead our organization around the state.
Besides the biggies like the Metro non-discrimination ordinance signing pictured in the upper right or debating David Fowler and Stacey Campfield on television, here are a few things that come back to me about the last four years:
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