Tennessee Attorney General Beefs Up Office To Take On Feds, Cities

Facing A Spate Of Legal Battles With Tennessee Cities And The Federal Government, The Attorney General’s Office Enters This Year With A New “Strategic Litigation Unit” And Heftier Budget. Skrmetti Doesn’t Necessarily Have A Different Philosophy Than His Predecessor, Herbert Slatery, But Appears To Be Taking A More Active Role Against What He Considers Federal Incursions.

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Bill Protecting Teachers From Being Forced to Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Passes House

Although Deferred Again In The Senate, A Bill That Would Protect Tennessee School Employees From Backlash For Choosing Not To Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Has Passed In The House.

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TennCare Bill Targeting Centene Faces Rocky Road In Senate

The Senate Sponsor Of TennCare Legislation Has Serious Reservations About Changing The Bill To Give The Nation’s Largest Medicaid Managed-Care Company A Multi-Billion-Dollar Contract After It Failed To Win A Bid.

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TennCare Bill Would Give Contract To Company Linked To Bid-Rigging Complaint

Lawmakers Held Up Legislation Wednesday That Would Create An Opening For A TennCare Contract To Be Given To A Massive Company Connected To A Bid-Rigging Lawsuit Filed Against The State.

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Former Top Casada Aide Cites Fifth Amendment Rights In Refusing Subpoena

Cade Cothren, Who Once Served As A Top Aide For Former Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada, Opted Not To Show Before A State Ethics And Campaign Finance Panel On Wednesday.

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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings in Universities Passes Both House and Senate Education Committees

A Proposal That Would Prohibit Higher Education Institutions In Tennessee From Forcing Students And Employees To Embrace Divisive Concepts Passed The House And Senate Education Committees On Wednesday.

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TN Subcommittees To Discuss Bill On ‘Divisive Topics’ In Public Higher Education

A Bill To Address Requirements Related To “Divisive Concepts” At Tennessee’s Public Colleges And Universities Is Set To Be Discussed In Both Tennessee’s Senate And House On Wednesday.

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Casada, Former Aide, And Other Subpoenaed Regarding PAC Audit

Several Individuals, Including Former House Speaker Glen Casada And His Former Aide Cade Cothren, Will Be Subpoenaed After State Ethics And Campaign Finance Officials Decided Last Week To Reopen An Audit Of An Audit Of The Faith Family Freedom Fund Political Action Committee.

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