The Tennessee Supreme Court Has Chosen Jonathan Thomas Skrmetti To Be The Volunteer State’s Next Attorney General.Read more
With Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III’s Eight-Year Term Set To Expire Soon, He Recently Notified The State’s Supreme Court That He Will Not Be Seeking An Additional Term.
Tennessee’s Supreme Court Is Responsible For Appointing The Volunteer State’s Chief Legal Officer And They Are Set To Review Applications From Six Applicants This Week.
Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Announced That Tennessee Is Joining A Nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force Of 50 Attorneys General To Investigate And Take Legal Action Against The Telecommunications Companies Responsible For Bringing A Majority Of Foreign Robocalls Into The United States. This Bipartisan Nationwide Task Force Has One Goal: To Cut Down On Illegal Robocalls.Read more
The Division Of Consumer Affairs In The Tennessee Attorney General’s Office Is Warning Homeowners About A Home Warranty Scam.Read more
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Got To Work Within Hours Of The U.S. Supreme Court Overturning Two Abortion Rulings On Friday And Asked A Federal Appeals Court To Lift An Injunction Thereby Allowing Tennessee’s Heartbeat Law To Go Into Effect Immediately.Read more
Now That The U.S. Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe V. Wade, A 1973 Landmark Decision Related To Abortion And Casey V. Planned Parenthood, Another Abortion-Related Decision From 1992, Tennessee’s Trigger Law Could Go Into Effect And Outlaw The Procedure Statewide Sometime In July.Read more
Attorney General Herb Slatery Said Friday He Will “Quickly” Notify The Tennessee Code Commission That Roe V. Wade And Casey Have Been Overturned, A Step Required By State Law.Read more
BREAKING – What Does Roe V. Wade Overturn Mean for Tennessee?
1) Curcio Disenfranchises Constituents By Abandoning Legislature Post To Become Lobbyist
2) TVA Live Streams Drag Queen Performance During Work Hours In Honor Of Pride Month
3) TN House Leadership Urges Lee To Block Health Department From Distributing, Promoting, Recommending COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5
4) Tennessee Attorney General Disputes Federal Directive to Withhold Nutrition Assistance For Schools That Don’t Adhere to New ‘Gender Identity’ Policy
5) Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution
6) State Funded Reentry Office Aligns With New Equity Movement Favoring Gay Population
7) Nashville Could Commission $200K Study On Titan’s Stadium Lease Obligations
Tennessee Has Obtained A $1.25 Million Multistate Settlement With Florida-Based Carnival Cruise Line After A 2019 Data Breach That Involved The Personal Information Of Approximately 180,000 Carnival Employees And Customers Nationwide. Tennessee Will Receive $19,855.20 From The Settlement.Read more
Tennessee Attorney General Accuses Food City Grocery Chain Of Padding Profits Through Sales Of “Massive Quantities” Of Opioids.Read more