Lawsuit Claims Hamilton County School Administrators Didn’t Protect Sexual Assault Victim

A Federal Lawsuit Claims A Chattanooga 7th Grader Was So Badly Harassed Following A Sexual Assault In A School Boiler Room That She Ended Up Having To Be Hospitalized Due To A Mental Breakdown.

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Attorneys General Release 359-page Fauci Deposition In Social Media Collusion Lawsuit

A 359-Page Transcript Of The Deposition Of Dr. Anthony Fauci, The Chief Medical Advisor To President Joe Biden, Was Released Monday By The Two Attorneys General Who Filed A Lawsuit Alleging Government Collusion With Social Media Companies.

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COVID Vaccine Mandate For Troops May Finally Get The Axe Via Military Budget

Lawmakers Are Down To The Wire On The National Defense Authorization Act, The Massive Annual Funding Bill For The Military That Needs To Pass This Month. Now, Though, Republicans Are Pushing Hard To Include A Provision Ending The Vaccine Mandate For U.S. Service Members.

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Sen. Johnson Pushes To Close Public Records Of Investigations Of Deaths Not Resulting From Crime

Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson Has Filed Legislation To Close Public Records Of Death Investigations If The Death Is Ruled To Be Not The Result Of A Crime.

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Biden Administration Sued Over Oil And Gas Contract Cancellations

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon Is Again Taking The Department Of Interior To Court. The Governor Has Filed A Second Federal Lawsuit Against The Department Relating To A Bureau Of Land Management Decision To Pause Oil And Gas Lease Sales.

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Knoxville Mayor And Team Intentionally Kept Taxpayers In The Dark About Next Police Chief

With Paying An Outside Firm To Locate And Hire The City’s Next Police Chief, Knoxville’s Democratic Mayor, Indya Kincannon And Her Team Believed They Could Bypass Tennessee’s Open Record Laws And Keep Taxpayers In The Dark.

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TN Attorney General Believes COVID Shots Don’t Work, Are Dangerous But Defends Lee’s Unlawful Pandemic Response

In The Filing Of A Petition For Rulemaking, That Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined Along With 20 Other Attorney Generals, Calling For The Repeal Of The Federal Vaccine Mandate For Healthcare Workers, Skrmetti Also Claims That Shots For Covid-19 Don’t Work As They Do Not Prevent Transmission.

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Attorney For Parents’ Choice Argues That Tennessee “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Process Is Biased

Larry Crain, Attorney For Plaintiffs Parents’ Choice Tennessee Who Are Suing The Williamson County Board Of Education, Argued On Friday That The Defendant’s Motion To Dismiss Should Be Denied In Part Because The State’s “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Process Is Flawed.

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