Federal Judge Blocks Tennessee Transgender Bathroom Law Temporarily

On Friday, A Federal Judge Placed A Temporary Block On Tennessee’s Newly Passed Transgender Bathroom Law. The Block Was Issued By Judge Aleta A. Trauger Of Tennessee’s Middle District. This Block Allows Law Enforcement Officials To Temporarily Halt All Enforcement Of The Law.

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Former Tennessee Cop Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

On July 1, A Former Metro Police Officer, Andrew Delke, Pleaded Guilty To Voluntary Manslaughter In A 2018 Case That Involved The Shooting Of Daniel Hambrick. Delke Was Sentenced To Three Years In Prison, But According To His Lawyer, He May Only Serve 18 Months.

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Nashville Record Executive Files Second Lawsuit Against Transgender Bathroom Law

Independent Record Label Curb Records And The Mike Curb Foundation Filed A Federal Lawsuit Wednesday, Challenging Tennessee’s New Transgender Bathroom Law. This New Lawsuit Comes Swiftly On The Heels Of The Tennessee ACLU’s Initial Lawsuit Against Governor Bill Lee And Several Additional Parties.

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Nashville DA Refuses To Enforce Transgender Bathroom Law

Despite Increased Pressure From Lawmakers, Davidson County District Attorney Glenn Funk Continues To Refuse To Enforce Tennessee’s New Law That Requires Businesses To Post Transgender-Friendly Bathroom Signs.

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TBI Investigates Nashville Judge for Alleged Misconduct

A Nashville Circuit Court Judge Is Under Investigation By The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation After He Admitted To Several Acts Of Misconduct In Comments Made During His Divorce Case Proceedings.

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