Paxton Reaches Settlement Worth Over Half a Million Dollars After Magellan Terminals Holdings Violated the Texas Clean Air Act
Attorney General Ken Paxton has reached a settlement with Magellan Terminals Holdings, L.P. over violations of the Texas Clean Air Act that resulted from a large fire at its bulk petroleum terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Paxton Files Lawsuit to Strike Down the Biden Administration’s Unlawful Waters of the United States Rule
Attorney General Paxton has filed a lawsuit defending Texans from the Biden Administration’s unlawful rule defining “waters of the United States” (“WOTUS”), which would assert federal control over Texas land.
Paxton Joins Coalition to Prevent Corporate Activists at Vanguard from Raising the Costs of Energy
Attorney General Paxton has joined a Utah- and Indiana-led motion to intervene into a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) proceeding to prevent the investment fund management company Vanguard from exerting too much power over publicly-traded utilities.
Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado Announce Agreement After Years of Dispute Over the Lower Rio Grande River
Attorney General Paxton has announced a historic agreement with the states of New Mexico and Colorado that, if accepted by a Special Master and approved by the United States Supreme Court, would guarantee that the resources of the Lower Rio Grande River are justly distributed among the states.
Paxton Condemns Overreach by Federal Regulators to Promote Biden’s Left-Wing Climate Goals
Attorney General Paxton has joined a West Virginia-led letter to Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Rostin Behnam over the CFTC’s unprecedented focus on enforcing the Biden Administration’s radical climate goals.
Paxton Sends Letter to Biden Administration After It Attempts to Force Costly and Disastrous New Environmental Rule on Texas
Attorney General Paxton sent a letter to Deputy Administrator Stephanie Pollack of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) after FHWA proposed a rule that could cost the United States hundreds of millions of dollars and upend the way of life for millions.
Paxton Sends Message to Overzealous Federal Regulators Threatening Texas’s Banking and Energy Industries
Attorney General Paxton signed a Utah-led letter to Acting Comptroller Hsu of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) regarding the appointment of a Chief Climate Risk Officer, as well as the OCC’s misguided focus on “climate-related financial risk.”
Paxton Sends Letter Standing Up to Federal Government for Overstepping Authority and Forcing New Costs on Taxpayers
Attorney General Paxton has led a coalition of states in sending a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) pushing back against its proposed rule attempting to advance the Biden Administration’s radical climate agenda.
AG Paxton Demands BlackRock Account for its Underperforming, Potentially Illegal ‘ESG’ State Pension Fund Investments
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined 18 other states in a letter to BlackRock CEO Larry Fink challenging his company’s reliance on Environmental, Social, and Governance investment criteria rather than shareholder profits in managing state pension funds.