Lawsuit Threatened After Conservative School Board Votes To Remove Sexually Explicit Books

A Wilson County Resident, Who Addressed The School Board On Monday Night On The Topic Of LGBTQ+ “Safe Space” Stickers, Says There Are Issues With Removing Books Already In School Libraries.

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U.S. Senate Advances Bill To Codify Same-Sex Marriage Protections

The U.S. Senate Voted Wednesday To End Debate On Legislation To Codify Same-Sex Marriage Protections. The Procedural Action Does Not Fully Pass The Bill Out Of The Senate, But Sets It Up For Likely Passage Later This Week With A Possible Vote Thursday.

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Supreme Court Rules Detained Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally Can’t File Class Action Lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled That Foreign Nationals In The U.S. Illegally And Detained On Immigration Charges Can’t File Class Action Lawsuits.

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14 AGs Sue Biden Administration Over Changing Asylum Policy

Fourteen Attorneys General, Led By Arizona, Louisiana And Missouri, Have Sued The Biden Administration For Altering Immigration Policies Established By Congress Related To The Immigration Asylum Process.

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Nashville And Memphis Prevented From Mandating Masks

Leaders In Nashville And Memphis Are Once Again Eager To Mandate Masks For Their Cities, Despite Waning Numbers Of Cases, But Governor Bill Lee Says That A New Emergency Declaration Is Not Needed.

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Businesses Brace For Supreme Court Mandate Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court Is Expected To Rule On The Federal Vaccine Mandate For Private Employers As Early As This Week, But Until Then Businesses Are In Limbo, Expected To Enforce A Mandate That Could Be Overturned At Any Moment.

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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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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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Lawsuits Challenging Biden’s Federal Mandate Consolidate

Multiple Legal Challenges To President Joe Biden’s Workplace Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Will Be Consolidated And Heard By Justices With The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals In Cincinnati.

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