Paxton Announces Investigation into Dell Children’s Medical Center for the Potentially Illegal Performance of Gender Transitioning Procedures
Attorney General Paxton has announced an investigation into the Dell Children’s Medical Center to uncover whether “gender transitioning” procedures were unlawfully performed on minor children.
Paxton Announces Distribution of $141 Million to Customers of TurboTax That Were Misled into Paying for Tax Filing
Attorney General Paxton has announced that $141 million will be distributed to Intuit TurboTax customers who were misled into paying Intuit to file their federal tax returns.
Paxton Launches Investigation into Gain-of-Function Research and Misrepresentations by Covid-19 Vaccine Manufacturers
Attorney General Paxton launched an investigation into the pharmaceutical companies Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson concerning whether they engaged in gain-of-function research and misled the public about doing so.
Paxton Issues Consumer Alert Warning Texans of Scammers Using the Attorney General’s Name to Steal Information
Attorney General Paxton issues this consumer alert to warn Texans of scammers who are using the Attorney General’s seal, name, and signature to steal consumers’ personal information.
Attorney General Paxton filed a lawsuit to stop an operation that sold internet access primarily to rural customers through an illegal scheme that often resulted in paying customers losing all internet access.
Paxton Urges Federal Regulators to Stop Abusing Their Positions to Promote Left-Wing Political Goals
Attorney General Paxton sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) Director Martin Gruenberg, and Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu about the promotion of left-wing political goals contributing to the failure of Silicon Valley Bank (“SVB”).
Attorney General Paxton secured a major victory for consumers by halting Google’s efforts to dismiss a Texas lawsuit against it, marking a major step forward in ensuring the Big Tech leviathan faces justice in a Texas court for breaking Texas consumer protection laws.
Attorney General Paxton has secured a noteworthy victory in his lawsuit against the Biden Administration’s Department of Labor rule that puts Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) investing ahead of the long-term financial security of retirees.
Attorney General Paxton filed two separate lawsuits asking the courts to stop 5 Star Massage and Savvy Skin, both located in Montgomery County, Texas, from operating illicit massage establishments in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act.
Attorney General Paxton filed a Colorado-led amicus brief in support of Tennessee, which is a part of a multistate coalition investigating TikTok.