TN Joins Multi-State Coalition Urging Solar Lending Companies To Suspend Loan Payments

Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Has Joined A Coalition Of Eight Attorneys General Urging Solar Lending Companies To Suspend Loan Payments And The Accrual Of Interest For Customers Who Financed The Purchase Of A Solar Power System From Pink Energy And Have Not Received A Working Solar Power System.

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TN Attorney General Announces $3.1 Billion Settlement With Walmart Over Opioid Epidemic Allegations

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced That He Has Reached A Settlement With Walmart To Resolve Allegations That The Company Contributed To The Opioid Addiction Crisis By Failing To Appropriately Oversee The Dispensing Of Opioids At Its Stores.

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TN Attorney General Believes COVID Shots Don’t Work, Are Dangerous But Defends Lee’s Unlawful Pandemic Response

In The Filing Of A Petition For Rulemaking, That Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined Along With 20 Other Attorney Generals, Calling For The Repeal Of The Federal Vaccine Mandate For Healthcare Workers, Skrmetti Also Claims That Shots For Covid-19 Don’t Work As They Do Not Prevent Transmission.

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TN Attorney General’s Office Files Petition To Withdraw Federal Vaccine Mandate For Healthcare Workers

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined A Coalition Of 21 States In Filing A Petition For Rulemaking, Requesting That The Department Of Health And Human Services And The Centers For Medicare & Medicaid Services Repeal The Unlawful Federal Vaccine Mandate For Healthcare Workers And Withdraw Related Guidance.

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Tennessee Joins Combined $16M Multistate Settlements Over Experian Data Breaches

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced That Tennessee, Along With A Coalition Of Other Attorneys General, Has Obtained Two Multistate Settlements With Experian Concerning Data Breaches It Experienced In 2012 And 2015 That Compromised The Personal Information Of Millions Of Consumers Nationwide.

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Skrmetti Announces $84 Million Payout To Combat Opioid Crisis

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced That More Than $84 Million Was Paid To The State And Local Governments To Be Used To Abate The Opioid Crisis In Tennessee.

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TN Attorney General Files Enforcement Actions Against Two Alleged Illegal Robocallers

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced The National Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force Is Enforcing Investigations Into Two Voice Service Providers Over Alleged Involvement In Illegal Robocalls.

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Advocacy Groups Ask Governor Lee To Appoint Independent Investigator Regarding Memphis Teacher’s Murder

Advocacy Groups Are Asking Governor Bill Lee To Appoint An Independent Investigator To Look Into The Possible Failures Of State Agencies That May Have Led To The Kidnapping And Murder Of Eliza Fletcher Earlier This Year.

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