ROGERSVILLE — A request by Third Judicial District Attorney General Dan Armstrong to join his state opioid lawsuit was not approved by the Hawkins County Commission in a close vote on Monday.
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Lawmakers in at least three states, including Tennessee, have introduced bills that would bar public agencies from publicly disclosing information about nonprofit donors, and experts said donor disclosure issues remain under-the-radar but could have major implications.
(The Center Square) – Attorneys representing families and schools that would benefit from Tennessee's school-choice program are asking the Tennessee Supreme Court to allow the state to accept and process applications for the program as court proceedings continue.
(The Center Square) – The Tennessee Supreme Court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of a school-choice program that would provide state-funded scholarships to low-income families to use for educational purposes, including attending a private school of their choice.
(The Center Square) – The First Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday rejected a request by a union in a case that has been ongoing on since 2009, handing a victory to a longtime non-union Rhode Island nurse who objected to being forced to pay for union lobbying expenses.
(The Center Square) – Of the multiple lawsuits filed against California Gov. Gavin Newsom and local officials over shutdown orders, many are religious liberty cases, of which several have been appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Tennessee Supreme Court issued an order Friday extending the suspension of most in-person hearings to March 31.
The Senate confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett may lack for political drama, but they are still instructive. They are revealing the de…