Nashville Mayor Megan Barry is speaking out against a Tennessee law that targets the LGBT community that is affecting Nashville's economy.

The recently approved law states that counselors can refuse to treat clients based on their “sincerely held principles,” a change from the bill's original language of “sincerely held religious beliefs.”

Opponents say the measure could negatively impact young LGBT people.

Music City has lost at least three scheduled events since the bill became law.

“I am deeply concerned about the loss of revenue to our city because of action taken by the state legislature,” Barry told News 2.

Barry added that Nashville is a welcoming city.

“My message to the community of folks who want to visit Nashville is, 'Come to Nashville,'” she said. “We are a warm and welcoming place, and we really don't want the city to be punished for things the state may do. So, we encourage people to still consider [coming] to Nashville.”