TN Joins Multi-State Coalition Urging Solar Lending Companies To Suspend Loan Payments

Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Has Joined A Coalition Of Eight Attorneys General Urging Solar Lending Companies To Suspend Loan Payments And The Accrual Of Interest For Customers Who Financed The Purchase Of A Solar Power System From Pink Energy And Have Not Received A Working Solar Power System.

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AGs Push Back Against EPA ‘Environmental Justice’ Rule, Say It Will Increase Energy Costs

Twelve Attorneys General Have Submitted Comments To Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan Expressing Concerns About A New Proposed Rule They Argue Will Increase Energy Costs And Risk Americans’ Safety.

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TN Attorney General Signs Amicus Brief Asking Supreme Court To Enforce Federal Immigration Law

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Signed An Amicus Brief, Led By Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Regarding Federal Immigration Law.

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Tennessee Attorney General Says U.S. Senate’s Energy Bill Could Impose Backdoor Clean Power Plan

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Joined A Coalition Of 18 States Opposing The Energy Independence And Security Act Of 2022. The State Chief Legal Officers Say The Proposed Legislation Is A Back-Door Attempt To Impose The Failed Clean Power Plan.

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18 AGs Call On Biden To Classify Illicit Fentanyl As Weapon Of Mass Destruction

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Is Joining A Multistate Effort Urging President Biden To Classify Fentanyl As A Weapon Of Mass Destruction. The 18 State Attorneys General Demand The President Take Decisive Action In Response To The Record Increase In Overdose Deaths Related To The Lethal Substance Nationwide And The Potential For Deliberate Misuse.

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TN Attorney General Leads Multi-State AG Coalition In Opposition To Proposed Title IX Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Objected To The U.S. Department Of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations In A Formal Comment Letter Joined By Nineteen Other State Attorneys General.

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Tennessee AG Announces Formation Of Nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Announced That Tennessee Is Joining A Nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force Of 50 Attorneys General To Investigate And Take Legal Action Against The Telecommunications Companies Responsible For Bringing A Majority Of Foreign Robocalls Into The United States. This Bipartisan Nationwide Task Force Has One Goal: To Cut Down On Illegal Robocalls.

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22 AGs Sue USDA To Stop Withholding School Lunches Over Gender, Sexual Orientation Rules

Schools Ordering Food For The Beginning Of The Fall Semester Could Be Facing Uncertainty Over Whether They’ll Receive Federal Assistance That’s The Center Of A Legal Battle For Being Tied To Sex Discrimination Rules. Twenty-Two Attorneys General Are Suing The Biden Administration To Prevent Any Loss Of Federal Nutrition Assistance For Failing To Obey The Funding Catch, Tying The Money To Other Issues.

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