Tennessee And New York Lead Settlement With TurboTax Owner Intuit

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III, Along With New York Attorney General Letitia James, Announced They Have Secured $141 Million From The Owner Of TurboTax, Intuit Inc., For Deceiving Consumers Into Paying For Tax Services That Should Have Been Free.

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Tennessee’s Convoy To Save America Journeys To Canadian Border To Support Truckers

The Tennessee Convoy Started Their Journey On Saturday Morning, Departing From Mt. Juliet And Traveling Through White House, TN, Kentucky And Ohio With Their Destination Being Buffalo, New York. The Convoy Carried Supplies To Truckers And Supporters To Help Them Peacefully Assemble In Celebration Of Freedom.

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Tennessee Firearms Association Joins Amicus In SCOTUS 2nd Amendment Rights Case

The Tennessee Firearms Association Joined As An Amicus Party, Or “Friend Of The Court” With The Second Amendment Foundation In The Case Of New York State Rifle And Pistol Association, Inc.

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Largest Health Care Union To Fight Mandatory Vaccines For Workers

The President Of The Largest Union Of Health Care Workers In The U.S. Says It Will Fight Companies Requiring Its Members To Have Mandatory COVID-19 Shots As A Condition Of Employment.

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Tennessee Locales Rank Poorly In Analysis Of Best-Run Cities

A New Report From Wallethub Ranks Chattanooga, Tennessee, As The Fourth-Worst Run Large City In The Country, Behind Washington, D.C., San Francisco And New York. Not Far Behind, At No. 133, Was Memphis While Knoxville Was 113th And Nashville Ranked 111th.

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