New TN Bill Introduced To Keep Males Out Of College Women’s Sports

Two Republican Tennessee Legislators Have Introduced Companion Bills In The Tennessee General Assembly Aimed At Prohibiting Males From Participating In Higher Education Sports That Are Designed For Females.

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$1.8 Billion Settlement Reached With Predatory Student Loan Provider

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Has Announced That Navient, One Of The Nation’s Largest Student Loan Servicers, Will Provide Relief Totaling $1.85 Billion To Resolve Allegations Of Deceptive Practices In Originating Predatory Student Loans.

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Tennessee AG Joins Coalition Challenging Efforts To Weaken Human Trafficking, Sex Crime Laws

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Among A Bipartisan Coalition Of 36 Attorneys General Urging The American Law Institute To Reject Proposed Changes To Section 213 Of The Model Penal Code That Would Weaken The Ability Of States To Prosecute Sexual Assault, Abuse, Exploitation, And Trafficking Crimes; Jeopardize The Safety Of Victims Of These Crimes; And Restrict The Ability Of Law Enforcement To Protect The General Public From Recidivist Behavior.

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Jury Finds Texas Law Firm Unlawfully Solicited Families of Deadly Chattanooga School Bus Crash

A Chattanooga Jury Unanimously Found A Texas Law Firm, Its Owner, And Agents Liable For Consumer Protection Violations And The Unauthorized Practice Of Law Arising Out Of Their Actions In Soliciting Families Of The Fatal 2016 School Bus Crash In Chattanooga.

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Tennessee Counties File Suit Against Consulting Firm Over Role In Opioid Crisis

In A Coordinated Legal Strategy, Seven Counties In East Tennessee And Five Counties Plus One City In West Tennessee Have Filed Separate Lawsuits Against Consulting Firm McKinsey & Co. Over Its Involvement In The Opioid Crisis.

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AG Slatery Leads Nationwide Investigation Into Instagram’s Impact on Young People

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Leading A Nationwide Investigation Into Meta Platforms, Inc., Formerly Known As Facebook, For Providing And Promoting Its Social Media Platform – Instagram – To Children And Young Adults Despite Knowing That Such Use Is Associated With Mental Health Harms.

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Tennessee Taxpayers Slapped With Legal Fees For Abortion Providers

Tennessee Taxpayers Are On The Hook For $249,000 Because Of A Lawsuit Against One Of Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Orders From April, 2020. Attorneys For A Group Of Five Abortion Providers Reached A Settlement With The Office Of Attorney General Herbert Slatery, III To Cover Legal Fees After A Federal Court And An Appellate Court Ruled That Lee’s Order Was Unlikely To Be Found Constitutional.

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UT Knoxville Reinstates Mask Mandate Less Than 24 Hours After Lifting it

Less Than One Day After Announcing That They Were Lifting Their Mask Mandate To Comply With Newly Passed State Legislation, The University Of Tennessee System Has Reverted Back To Requiring Masks On Its Knoxville Campus.

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