Tennessee Attorney General Working To Quickly Implement Abortion Ban

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Got To Work Within Hours Of The U.S. Supreme Court Overturning Two Abortion Rulings On Friday And Asked A Federal Appeals Court To Lift An Injunction Thereby Allowing Tennessee’s Heartbeat Law To Go Into Effect Immediately.

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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Constitutional Right To Bear Arms In Case Supported By Tennessee

Last Week, The United States Supreme Court Issued Its Ruling In New York State Rifle And Pistol Association V. Bruen. Tennessee Joined 25 States In An Amicus Brief Supporting The New York State Rifle & Pistol Association.

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Tennessee Abortion Laws Will Outlaw The Killing Of The Unborn In Thirty Days Or Less

Now That The U.S. Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe V. Wade, A 1973 Landmark Decision Related To Abortion And Casey V. Planned Parenthood, Another Abortion-Related Decision From 1992, Tennessee’s Trigger Law Could Go Into Effect And Outlaw The Procedure Statewide Sometime In July.

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What Does Roe v Wade Overturn Mean For Tennessee? – TVA pushes PRIDE – Disenfranchised Constituents And More! – The TennCon Big 7!

BREAKING – What Does Roe V. Wade Overturn Mean for Tennessee?

1) Curcio Disenfranchises Constituents By Abandoning Legislature Post To Become Lobbyist
2) TVA Live Streams Drag Queen Performance During Work Hours In Honor Of Pride Month
3) TN House Leadership Urges Lee To Block Health Department From Distributing, Promoting, Recommending COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5
4) Tennessee Attorney General Disputes Federal Directive to Withhold Nutrition Assistance For Schools That Don’t Adhere to New ‘Gender Identity’ Policy
5) Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution
6) State Funded Reentry Office Aligns With New Equity Movement Favoring Gay Population
7) Nashville Could Commission $200K Study On Titan’s Stadium Lease Obligations

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Tennessee Joins $1.25 Million Multistate Settlement over 2019 Carnival Cruise Line Data Breach

Tennessee Has Obtained A $1.25 Million Multistate Settlement With Florida-Based Carnival Cruise Line After A 2019 Data Breach That Involved The Personal Information Of Approximately 180,000 Carnival Employees And Customers Nationwide. Tennessee Will Receive $19,855.20 From The Settlement.

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Tennessee Attorney General Disputes Federal Directive to Withhold Nutrition Assistance For Schools That Don’t Adhere to New ‘Gender Identity’ Policy

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Leading A Coalition Of 26 State Attorneys General Calling On President Joe Biden To Withdraw The U.S. Department Of Agriculture’s New Guidance On Sex Discrimination For Schools And Programs That Receive Federal Nutritional Assistance. The Attorneys General Say Recent Guidance From The USDA Imposes New—And Unlawful—Regulatory Measures On State Agencies And Operators Receiving Federal Financial Assistance From The USDA.

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Legal Battle Between State And Baptiste Group Over Chattanooga Illegal Aliens Center Ends

A Legal Battle Fought For Months Between The Baptiste Group And The State Of Tennessee Has Come To An End.

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26 Republican AGs Challenge New Sex-Based Discrimination Federal Guidance

In A Letter Originating From Tennessee AG Herbert Slatery III And Sent To President Biden, 26 Republican AGs Claim That The U.S. Department Of Agriculture’s Guidance Means States, Local Agencies And Programs That Receive Federal Food Dollars Through The Food And Nutrition Act And The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program Could Lose Funding If They Don’t Comply, Including In Their Hiring Practices.

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