(The Center Square) – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a second joint lawsuit against the Biden administration on Thursday over the ongoing border crisis.
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David Ellefson feels "perfectly content and happy" months after his departure from Megadeth.
The pair of motions ends nearly four years of legal grappling involving Melendez, Rodriguez — who was fired in January 2018 — and the UA.
(The Center Square) – When Gov. Bill Lee called for a review of Tennessee's Basic Education Program (BEP) last week, it came after years of complaints about the public education funding formula.
Scarlett Johansson has reached a deal and "resolved" her "differences" with Disney after she filed to sue the company for her alleged loss of earnings from 'Black Widow.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A 25-year, dedicated and honored Vanderbilt University employee represented by Rubenfeld Law has filed a Federal discrimination and retaliation lawsuit (link here) against her employer, after a two year pattern of harassment and hostile behavior toward her following her medically-necessary transition from male to female. The suit notes the "stunning hypocrisy" by Vanderbilt which presents itself as a leader in support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and students.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A lawsuit filed Monday night alleges that the Catholic Diocese of Nashville and St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church knowingly failed to stop a director of religious education from repeatedly raping and sexually exploiting a child on church property from 2014–2017. The alleged perpetrator, Michael D. Lewis, faces trial in February 2022 in Rutherford County on felony sex crimes charges related to this abuse.
(The Center Square) – Tennessee’s attorney general is appealing the recent decisions of two federal judges related to Gov. Bill Lee’s executive order allowing parents to opt out of school mask mandates.
(The Center Square) – A federal court has granted Tennessee and Kentucky freedom on how to distribute funds from the American Rescue Plan Act.