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Anti-SLAPP Laws

A trial court in Tennessee upheld the constitutionality of the Tennessee Public Participation Act, the state’s anti-SLAPP law, in a case relating to broadcasts and articles about a dispute over the ownership of a home featured on the A&E show “Tiny House Nation.”

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A trial court in Tennessee upheld the constitutionality of the Tennessee Public Participation Act, the state’s anti-SLAPP law, in a case relating to broadcasts and articles about a dispute over the ownership of a home featured on the A&E show “Tiny House Nation.”

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