Tennessee Nears Settlement with Major Drug Companies

A $26 Billion Settlement With The Nation’s Three Largest Drug Distribution Companies And Drug Manufacturer Johnson & Johnson Is Finally On The Horizon After Governments Have Worked For Years To Push Companies In The Pharmaceutical Industry To Help Cover The Expenses Of Solving The Country’s Problem With Opioid Addiction And Overdose.

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TN Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Against Google

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Has Joined With Attorney Generals From 37 Other States In A Lawsuit Against California-Based Google. The Lawsuit Alleges That The Company Violated State And Federal Antitrust Laws.

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Who Is Your State Attorney General Working For?

With A Deluge Of Progressive Socialists Invading Our Governments, It Is Vital That Each Conservative State Has An Aggressive “Legal Beagle” To Fight Like A Mad Dog To Guard Their Sovereignty And State’s Rights. Electing The Attorney General Gives Us A Tenable Watch Dog To Support The Laws We Pass And Defend The Laws Our Voters Have Approved. This Is Critical To Isolate Us From Progressive Federalism.

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Students Vs. Systems In The Tennessee Supreme Court’s ESA Case

Students Take On The Educational Systems That Have Let Them Down For Decades When The Tennessee Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over The State’s Education Savings Account (ESA) Program. Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 At 9a CT.

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Tennessee Looks To Protect Its Interests In Medicaid Block Grant Lawsuit

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Has Filed A Motion To Intervene In A Federal Lawsuit Challenging The State’s Tenncare III Medicaid Block Grant Waiver.

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Tennessee Attorney General Pushes to Stop Instagram For Kids

Tennessee’s Attorney General Is Teaming Up With A Group That Is Petitioning Facebook To Put A Halt To Its Plans To Design A Version Of Instagram For Children.

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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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Tennessee And Kentucky File Lawsuit Against Biden Administration

Attorneys General From Kentucky And Tennessee Have Come Together To File A Lawsuit Against The Biden Administration. The Lawsuit Claims That A Tax Mandate In The American Rescue Plan Is Unconstitutional And Takes Authority Over From State Legislators.

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