For people who bought an e-book in the last two years, they are about to get some cash back.
To settle a price-fixing lawsuit with the states, three publishers have agreed to pay $69 million.
Tennessee will get just over a million dollars out of that, and Kentucky about $700,000.
People who bought e-books between April 2010 and May 21, 2012 are eligible for a share. The publishers will contact readers on how to collect their cash.
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