Tennessee, Montana Lead State Coalition Against Banks, Credit Card Companies Tracking and Monitoring Firearm Purchases

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Along With Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen Is Leading A Coalition Of 24 States Alerting The Chief Executive Officers Of Three Major Credit Card Companies That The Recent Creation Of A Merchant Category Code For The Processing Of Firearms Purchases From Gun Stores Is Potentially A Violation Of Consumer Protection And Antitrust Laws.

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14 AGs Sue Biden Administration Over Changing Asylum Policy

Fourteen Attorneys General, Led By Arizona, Louisiana And Missouri, Have Sued The Biden Administration For Altering Immigration Policies Established By Congress Related To The Immigration Asylum Process.

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22 AGs File Brief With SCOTUS Against Federal Firearm Accessory Ban

Twenty-Two State Attorneys General, Led By AGs From Montana And West Virginia, Have Petitioned The U.S. Supreme Court Over A Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives Rule They Argue Would Immediately Transform Hundreds Of Thousands Of Law-Abiding Gun Owners Into Criminals.

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Tennesseans Ask Gov. Lee Why He’s Soft on Illegal Immigration

In Statements Made By Governor Lee Last Year, It Appears That He Opened The Door To Tennessee Becoming A Drop-off Point For Displaced Migrant Minors Coming To Our State Via Biden’s Border Crisis.

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Bill Lee Silent on Illegal Immigration In TN While Other GOP Governors Take Action

Governor Lee’s Republican Counterparts From Other States Have Spoken Out Against Biden’s Handling Of The Border Crisis But Lee Has Remained Mute On The Subject. Many States Have Outright Refused To Take In The Flood Of Migrant Minors.

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