2021 Sexual Assault Victim Sues MPD For Botching Case That Would Have Put Eliza Fletcher’s Killer Behind Bars

A Woman, Who The Memphis Police Department Says Was Abducted And Sexually Assaulted By Cleotha Abston Henderson In 2021, Is Suing The City Of Memphis And Is Accusing The Police Department For Inadequately Investigating Her Sexual Assault Case.

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New Biden Administration Rule Will Tie Federal Education Funding To LGBTQ+ Mandates

An Upcoming Biden Administration Rule Change Will Tie Billions Of Dollars In Federal Education Funding To An Array Of LGBT Policies, Forcing School Districts And Universities To Implement Controversial Rules On Issues Like Transgender Athletes In Order To Receive Federal Funding.

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Appeals Court Revives Girls’ Videoed Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Nashville Schools

A Divided Federal Appellate Court On Thursday Resurrected A Lawsuit Filed Against Metro Nashville Public Schools By The Parents Of Two Students Who Were Sexually Assaulted And Videos Of Their Attacks Posted Online In Two Different Incidents At Two Different High Schools.

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Tennessee AG Joins Coalition Challenging Efforts To Weaken Human Trafficking, Sex Crime Laws

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Among A Bipartisan Coalition Of 36 Attorneys General Urging The American Law Institute To Reject Proposed Changes To Section 213 Of The Model Penal Code That Would Weaken The Ability Of States To Prosecute Sexual Assault, Abuse, Exploitation, And Trafficking Crimes; Jeopardize The Safety Of Victims Of These Crimes; And Restrict The Ability Of Law Enforcement To Protect The General Public From Recidivist Behavior.

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