Tennessee Joins 21-State Coalition Opposing ATF Rule That Prevents Law-Abiding Citizens From Privately Selling Firearms

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Joined A Coalition Of 21 States In A Lawsuit Opposing An Unconstitutional New Rule From The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives That Would Prevent Law-Abiding Americans From Privately Selling Firearms.

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Tennessee Joins Coalition Demanding The EPA End Its Racially Discriminatory Practices

Tennessee’s Attorney General Has Joined A 23-State Coalition Demanding The EPA Modify Existing Regulations In Title Vi Of The Civil Rights Act Of 1964. These Regulations Consider “Disparate Impacts” To Forward Race-Conscious “Environmental Justice” Initiatives.

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Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Joins Group Urging Reopening Of Southern Border Rail Crossing Closed Due To Smugglers

The Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce & Industry Joined A Coalition Of Business Associations From 17 U.S. States Urging For A Rail Line Along A Highly Trafficked Area Of The Southern U.S. Border To Be Opened Back Up.

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Tennessee And 32 States Sue Meta, Alleging Harm To Youth Mental Health

Tennessee Has Joined A Broad, Bipartisan 33-State Coalition In Filing A Federal Lawsuit In California Against Meta, Which Operates Instagram And Facebook, Alleging Harms To Youths’ “Mental And Physical” Health After A Nationwide Investigation Announced In 2021 Involving Many Of The Coalition’s Member States.

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18-State Coalition Backs Tennessee In Anti-Drag Law Ruling Appeal

Eighteen States Have Joined To File An Amicus Brief Supporting Tennessee In Its Appeal Of A Ruling On Its Drag Show Law. The Law Was Blocked By A Judge In The U.S. District Court For The Western District Of Tennessee After It Was Contested By Friends Of George’s.

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California Leads 20-State Coalition To Block “Anti-Transgender” Laws In Tennessee And Kentucky

California Attorney General Rob Bonta Is Leading A Coalition Of 20 States Opposing What They Describe As “Anti-Transgender” Laws In Tennessee And Kentucky Blocking Children From Undergoing Medical Procedures That Are Given To Enable That Minors To Live With A Gender Identity Different Than That Noted On Their Birth Certificate, Such As Puberty Blocking Hormones And Gender Change Surgeries.

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Tennessee Attorney General Joins Coalition To Stop Illegal Telemarketing Calls

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Announced A Partnership With The Federal Trade Commission And Other Law Enforcement Agencies Nationwide, Including Attorneys General From All 50 States And The District Of Columbia, To Crackdown On Illegal Telemarketing Targeting Operations Responsible For Billions Of Calls To U.S. Consumers.

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TN Attorney General Joins Coalition In Lawsuit Against AG Garland, ATF On Pistol Brace Rule

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined A 24-State Coalition In Filing A Lawsuit Against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives And Its Director That Seeks To Enjoin A Recently Issued Final Rule Governing “Stabilizing Braces,” Commonly Known As Pistol Braces.

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Texas AG Leads Coalition Of States Asking Court To End DACA

Before A Court Of Appeals Ruled Obama-Era Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals Program Unconstitutional, The Biden Administration Promulgated A New Rule Essentially Implementing A 2.0 Version, Which Nine States Are Now Asking The Court To Also Rule Unconstitutional.

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