Tennessee, Kentucky Argue Against Title IX Rule Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti And Kentucky Attorney General Russell Coleman Argued For An Injunction Against The Biden Administration’s Title IX Overhaul In Kentucky Federal Court.

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Middle Tennessee Democrat Queries State Attorney General On Trump Candidacy For State Election Ballot

A Tennessee State Lawmaker, Rep. Vincent Dixie (D-Nashville-District 54), Has Sent A Letter To Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Asking If Former President Donald J. Trump Can Still Be Included On The Tennessee Ballot After The Recent Convictions In A New York Court.

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Tennessee Attorney General Pushes Back On Biden Administration’s Rule Requiring Health Providers To Administer Hormone Drugs To Children

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced A Multi-State Lawsuit Challenging A New Rule By The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services That Under Threat Of Severe Penalties, Would Require Medical Providers To Perform Surgeries And Administer Hormone Drugs To Both Children And Adults For The Purpose Of Gender Transition, Without Regard For A Doctor’s Medical Judgment As To Whether That Treatment Was Appropriate.

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Tennessee’s Registry Of Election Finance Refers Campaign Finance Complaint To Attorney General

Tennessee Bureau Of Ethics’ Registry Of Election Finance Recently Voted To Send A Campaign Finance Complaint, Made By Sen. Ken Yager, Against The Tennessee Senate Campaign Of Bobby Harshbarger To The Tennessee Attorney General For Further Investigation.

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Drag Performances Scheduled For Upcoming Chattanooga Youth Pride Day Despite Tennessee Law Prohibiting Adult Entertainment In The Presence Of Minors

The Upcoming Chattanooga Youth Pride Day Event On Saturday, June 1st, Is Scheduled To Include Drag Performances Despite The Fact That Tennessee Law States That It Is A Violation For Persons Who Engage In “Adult Cabaret Performance On Public Property Or In A Location Where The Adult Cabaret Performance Could Be Viewed By A Person Who Is Not An Adult.”

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Tennessee Joins 21-State Coalition Opposing ATF Rule That Prevents Law-Abiding Citizens From Privately Selling Firearms

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Joined A Coalition Of 21 States In A Lawsuit Opposing An Unconstitutional New Rule From The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives That Would Prevent Law-Abiding Americans From Privately Selling Firearms.

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Tennessee AG Leads 18 States In Lawsuit Against Federal Agency’s Unlawful Attempt To Control Private Businesses

Leading A Coalition Of 18 States, Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Has Filed A Lawsuit Fighting Federal Agency Overreach By The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Under The EEOC’s Guidance, An Employer May Be Liable If They Or Another Employee Use A Name Or Pronoun Inconsistent With An Employee’s Preferred Gender Identity Or If They Limit Access To A Bathroom Or Other Sex-Segregated Facility Based On Biological Sex And Not On Gender Identity.

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Tennessee Joins 22 Other States In Calling On Congress To Defund UN Agency With Ties To Terrorism

The Tennessee Attorney General Has Joined A Coalition Of 23 Attorneys General, Led By Utah And South Carolina, In Calling On Congress To Permanently Defund A United Nations Agency After Learning Of Its Ties To The Terrorist Organization Hamas.

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