Amended Bill Blocking Incentives For ‘Countries Of Concern’ Heads To Tennessee Senate

A Tennessee Bill Banning Incentives For Companies From Countries Of Concern Advanced In Senate Committee After Another Costly Part Of The Bill Was Removed.

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2 New Bills Submitted By Tennessee GOP Lawmaker To Prohibit Business, Political Activity With Foreign Adversaries

Two New Bills Have Been Filed For The 2024 General Assembly That All But Prohibit The Ability Of Certain Foreign Entities To Do Business In Or With The State Of Tennessee. Additionally, Foreign Agents From Certain Countries Will Be Required To Register With The Attorney General’s Office.

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Chattanooga Considers Official Partnership With Ukrainian City

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Has Announced The Formation Of A Resident-Led Work Group Meant To Rally Support For The Ukrainian City Of Trostyanets, Which Reportedly Survived A Month Of Russian Occupation And Is Now Attempting To Rebuild.

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TN Attorney General Joins Multistate Coalition In Urging Federal Government To Protect U.S. Courts From Foreign Interests

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Recently Joined 13 State Attorneys General In Urging U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland And The U.S. Department Of Justice To Break Their Silence On Threats Posed By Foreign Third-Party Litigation Funding.

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