Tennessee Joins $1.25 Million Multistate Settlement over 2019 Carnival Cruise Line Data Breach

Tennessee Has Obtained A $1.25 Million Multistate Settlement With Florida-Based Carnival Cruise Line After A 2019 Data Breach That Involved The Personal Information Of Approximately 180,000 Carnival Employees And Customers Nationwide. Tennessee Will Receive $19,855.20 From The Settlement.

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Tennessee’s Abortion Laws Could Save Thousands Of Babies If Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade

Should The U.S. Supreme Court Overturn Roe V. Wade, Tennessee’s “Trigger Law” That Was Passed In 2019 Would Go Into Effect 30 Days After The Supreme Court’s Decision, Potentially Saving The Lives Of Thousands Of Babies.

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AG Slatery Leads Nationwide Investigation Into Instagram’s Impact on Young People

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Leading A Nationwide Investigation Into Meta Platforms, Inc., Formerly Known As Facebook, For Providing And Promoting Its Social Media Platform – Instagram – To Children And Young Adults Despite Knowing That Such Use Is Associated With Mental Health Harms.

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UT Knoxville Reinstates Mask Mandate Less Than 24 Hours After Lifting it

Less Than One Day After Announcing That They Were Lifting Their Mask Mandate To Comply With Newly Passed State Legislation, The University Of Tennessee System Has Reverted Back To Requiring Masks On Its Knoxville Campus.

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TN Legislature Takes Discretion From District Attorneys General

The House And Senate Both Voted Friday For Legislation Enabling The State Attorney General To Request Courts Appoint District Attorney Pro Tems For Any District Attorney General Who Makes A Blanket Statement Against Prosecuting Certain Classes Of Illegal Activity.

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Arizona Attorney General Requests Restraining Order Against Biden’s Mandate

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Asked The U.S. District Court In Arizona For A Temporary Restraining Order And Nationwide Preliminary Injunction Against The Biden Administration’s Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates.

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Tennessee Attorney General Warns Against Requiring Legislators To Confirm Position

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Criticized A Constitutional Amendment Proposing That The Position Of Attorney General Be Approved By State Legislators After Being Selected By The State Supreme Court.

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