Attorney General Paxton has secured a victory in the New Orleans-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit while defending a Texas law that prohibits state funds from going to companies that boycott Israel.
Attorney General Paxton filed a motion for preliminary injunction to stop part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023 from being implemented.
Attorney General Paxton is suing President Biden and members of his Administration over the unlawful signing and implementation of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023, which was the latest omnibus spending bill.
Paxton Urges Congress to Curtail the Biden Administration’s Use of Emergency Powers to Implement a Left-Wing Agenda
Attorney General Paxton has joined an Alabama-led letter sent to Congressional leaders, requesting that they put an end to the Biden Administration’s liberal use of emergency powers, especially by the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) and the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”).
Paxton Joins Amicus Brief to Rein in Unconstitutional Federal Power, Encourages U.S. Supreme Court to Curtail Excessive Agency Deference
Attorney General Paxton has joined an Oklahoma-led cert-stage amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, challenging a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that extended excessive deference to federal agencies.
Paxton Slams Biden Administration for Its Radical Attempt to Redefine Biology, Destroy Constitutional Rights, and Undermine Title IX
Attorney General Paxton sent a letter to Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona pushing back against an ill-advised proposed federal rule that redefines sex based on “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” rather than objective reproductive biology.
Paxton Signs Women’s Bill of Rights to Affirm Basic Biological Truths and Fight Back Against the Left’s Attempts to Redefine the Term “Woman”
Attorney General Paxton has signed on as a supporter of the Women’s Bill of Rights, a document developed by the Independent Women’s Voice urging codification of the common sense and reality-based definition of a woman.
AG Paxton Joins 21 States in Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court to Reexamine Spending Clause Precedent
Attorney General Paxton joined an Indiana-led amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, with 22 states in all, in Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County v. Talevski, No. 21-806 (U.S.).
AG Paxton Sues Biden Administration for Threatening to Withhold Nutrition Assistance for School Programs that Do Not Adhere to “Gender Identity” Policy
Attorney General Paxton joined 22 attorneys general in a lawsuit filed against the Biden Administration’s new guidance on sex discrimination for schools and programs that receive federal nutritional assistance.
Attorney General Paxton joined a Kentucky-led amicus brief to support Ohio’s petition for certiorari with the Supreme Court in the capital case Shoop v. Cunningham, No. 21-1587.