TN Woman Sues Employer To Opt Out Of Union Dues For Religious Reasons

A Tennessee Woman Has Filed A Federal Lawsuit, Claiming She Should Not Have To Pay Union Dues And Calling Doing So Religious Discrimination.

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Nashville Liberals Angry Medical Freedom Is Partly Restored for Residents

In A Letter Signed By 24 Of The 41 Members Of The Nashville Metro Council, They Write That The Legislation Passed By The Tennessee General Assembly Is “Alarming” And State That While They Are Accustomed To “Attacks On Nashville’s Ability To Govern Itself” That These New Laws Are “Unprecedented And Dangerous.”

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Lawsuits Continue To Mount Over Lee’s Opt-Out Mask Order For Students

Three Similar Lawsuits Challenging Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order Allowing Parents To Opt Students Out Of Mask Mandates Are Proceeding Across The State And Are At Different Points.

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Tennessee Firearms Association Supports Litigation To Challenge California’s Large Capacity Ban

Tennessee Firearms Association Supports An Amicus Brief Filed With The 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals In Duncan V. Bonta, A Matter Involving California’s Magazine Capacity Law.

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Tennessee Attorney General Pushes to Stop Instagram For Kids

Tennessee’s Attorney General Is Teaming Up With A Group That Is Petitioning Facebook To Put A Halt To Its Plans To Design A Version Of Instagram For Children.

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Six Attorney Generals Warn Biden Administration Of Lawsuits Over Executive Orders

Attorney Generals Sent Letter To Biden Warning Him That Many Executive Orders He Issued In His First Week In Office Will Be Challenged On Constitutional Grounds.

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Georgia House Speaker Pushes For General Assembly To Elect Secretary Of State, Not Voters

Georgia House Speaker David Ralston Pushes An Amendment To The Georgia Constitution To Allow The General Assembly To Elect The Secretary Of State Instead Of Georgia Voters. Tennessee, Maine And New Hampshire’s Secretaries of State Are Already Elected By Their State Legislatures.

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