Post Tagged with: "Attorney General"

Legislative Committees Announced, Pave Way for GOP Priorities

Legislative Committees Announced, Pave Way for GOP Priorities

by / on January 10, 2013

State lawmakers have now been assigned committees. And Republican leaders say the makeup of some panels was tailored around specific issues.

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Tennessee AG Signs on to Craigslist Plea

by / on August 24, 2010

Tennessee’s Attorney General is urging Craigslist to get rid of its Adult Services section. Bob Cooper is one of 17 state attorneys general who’ve signed a letter to the website’s CEO and founder.

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Judge Wants Modifications to Fisk Art Deal

by / on August 20, 2010

A judge wants to see more options before allowing Fisk University to sell a 50% stake in its famed art collection to an out-of-state museum. A court decision issued Friday rejects the current proposal but affirms Fisk can’t afford to hold onto its art.

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Ruling Due in Fisk Art Case, University Counting on a Favorable Outcome

by / on August 20, 2010

A ruling over whether Fisk University can sell a stake in its famed art collection is due from a Nashville judge today. The historically black institution has said that if the answer is no, the university may have to suspend operations.

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State Senate Approves Resolution For An Elected Attorney General

by / on April 22, 2010

State senators narrowly approved a measure Thursday to allow Tennesseans to elect the state Attorney General.

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Move To Elect State Attorney General Hits Snag In Senate

by / on April 19, 2010

A proposed amendment to the state constitution stumbled in the Tennessee Senate Monday night as several lawyers said they didn’t like the idea of an elected attorney general.

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“Health Freedom Act” Ready For State House Vote

by / on April 13, 2010

The push against a federal health care overhaul continued Tuesday in the state legislature. A proposal that seeks to overturn the federal law is now ready for a vote in the Tennessee House of Representatives.

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State Wins Case Against Consumer Depot

by / on January 11, 2010

The state attorney general says he’s one step closer to securing refunds and restitution for customers of Nashville-based Consumer Depot.

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AG Appeals Guns in Bars Ruling

by / on December 22, 2009

The Tennessee Attorney General will appeal a ruling that overturned a law allowing handguns in restaurants that serve alcohol. The notice of appeal was filed Tuesday.

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Attorney General Cracks Down on Notario Publico Ads

by / on September 16, 2009

The Tennessee attorney general is continuing to crack down on Spanish notaries with misleading advertising.

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