An association of medical professionals filed a lawsuit against Tennessee Wednesday over a requirement that one member of each government licensing board be a racial minority.
One of the two seats that opened on Tennessee’s Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners in June must be reserved for a racial minority. The Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) filed a lawsuit challenging the requirement on behalf of the medical organization Do No Harm, which has “one or more members who are qualified, willing, and able to be appointed to the Board of Podiatric Examiners, if the racial mandates were enjoined,” according to the complaint.
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