The state of Tennessee has a new hotline for finding mortgage advice. It came about because of a legal settlement with the nation’s five biggest mortgage servicers.
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Tennessee is joining fourteen other states and Puerto Rico in a lawsuit over e-book pricing.
The attorneys general of 46 states, including Tennessee, say an online classified site isn’t doing enough to prevent sex trafficking using its ads.
A three judge panel of the Tennessee Court of Appeals may hold the fate of Nashville’s Fisk University. The cash-strapped school made what could be a final plea Tuesday as it tries to get $30 million for a donated art collection.
Some high profile Fisk University alumni don’t believe their alma mater is in as dire financial straights as the school wants a court to believe. Former students have filed a legal brief to stop the school from selling a stake in its art collection.
A measure to change the state constitution so that voters can directly choose the Tennessee Attorney General was approved by a legislative committee Tuesday.
Fisk University may get to sell a stake in its $74 million art collection, but the cash-strapped school won’t have much discretion on how to spend the proceeds. A judge has okayed the sale with stipulations.
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.
Fisk University will be back in court this week trying to sell a 50% stake in its multi-million dollar art collection. The historically black school says if it can’t turn the art into $30 million cash, it may have to close its doors. The state Attorney General suggests Fisk is bluffing.
The leader of the state senate says if Tennessee’s Attorney General won’t pursue a lawsuit against the federal healthcare overhaul, he’ll ask an independent attorney to take the case.
A scam disguised as financial aid information is making the rounds in Tennessee.
Tennessee will get nearly $16 million from Pfizer’s $1 billion settlement with states and the federal government.
Guns in parks will continue to be banned in two more mid-state cities.