Tennessee, Kentucky Argue Against Title IX Rule Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti And Kentucky Attorney General Russell Coleman Argued For An Injunction Against The Biden Administration’s Title IX Overhaul In Kentucky Federal Court.

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Injunction Granted Against ATF’s ‘Firearms Dealer’ Rule For 4 States, 4 Groups

A Federal Judge In Texas Granted An Injunction Against The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives From Enforcing Its New Rule That Changes The Definition Of A Firearms Dealer In Four States And For Members Of Four Organizations, Including The Tennessee Firearms Association.

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Texas Wins First Round In Battle Over Title IX Lawsuit

A Federal Court On Tuesday Handed Texas Its First Win In A Lawsuit Filed Against The Biden Administration Over A Mandate Issued By Two Federal Agencies Before The Administration Amended Title IX To Redefine Biological Sex To Include “Sexual Orientation” And “Gender Identity.”

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19,000 Unaccompanied Alien Children Have Come To Tennessee Since 2015

According To New Data, Almost 19,000 Unaccompanied Alien Children Have Crossed The United States Border And Ended Up In Tennessee Since 2015. Most Are Ending Up In Davidson And Rutherford Counties.

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Nashville To Pay Woke Arts Director A Year’s Worth Of Salary To Leave After 18 Months Of Poor Leadership

The City Of Nashville Is Set To Reward Woke Arts Director Daniel Singh With Approximately A Year’s Worth Of Salary As He And Metro Arts Part Ways After Eighteen Months Of His Poor Leadership As Executive Director.

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“You Can Blame Gov. Bill Lee” – Lawsuit Says New Law Wrongly Punishing Tennessee Middle School Kids

Two Families Are Suing Gov. Bill Lee And The Williamson County School District, Saying Their Middle School Kids Were Arrested, Strip-Searched, Put In Solitary Confinement, Sent To Alternative School And Then Subjected To Months Of Home Visits By Social Workers And Probation Officers After School Officials Misinterpreted Conversations Between Peers As “Threats Of Mass Violence.”

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Lawsuit Claims Business Partner Of Alleged Serial Rapists Made Extortion Payments To Johnson City Police

As Parallel Criminal And Civil Cases Move Forward, Involving Claims That Johnson City Police Conspired To Protect A Serial Rapist, New Allegations Have Emerged Of A Co-Conspirator Who Laundered Money In Order To Funnel Extortion Payments To Officers.

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TN Drug Runners Die In Texas Shootout, Violent Threats From Pro-Hamas, TWRA Overstepping Constitutional Bounds & 4 More Big 7 Stories!

• Threats From “Pro-Hamas Thugs”
• Tennessee Drug Runners Die In Texas Shootout
• TWRA Overstepping Constitutional Bounds
• TN Governor Stalked By “Trans Man”
• Challenge To Tennessee’s Anti-CRT Law
• Protecting Kids From Cyber Crimes

& More in the Big 7 Weekend Update!

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