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Ken Paxton

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Monday, September 28, 2015 – Austin, Texas
Protecting Texas Seniors
While, anyone can be a victim of fraud, senior citizens are often considered more attractive targets for scammers. Maybe it’s because they grew up at a time when more people were true to their word. Or they are typically home more often, and therefore more likely to answer the phone or a knock on the door. Or even because technology has evolved so rapidly in their lifetimes, they are often unaware of the dangers that lurk behind their computer screens.

Monday, September 14, 2015 – Austin, Texas
Shared Parenting Services Encourage Cooperation in the Child Support Process
Children deserve the security that comes from knowing both parents love and care for them. Even when parents live apart – as is true for more than 1.6 million children on the child support caseload – it is important that they work together for their children’s benefit.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015 – Austin, Texas
Keeping Texas Youth Safe On-Line
Technology is a powerful educational tool, and our children benefit from the advances that have been made in the last decade. By educating yourself and your children, you can help make the Internet a safe and valuable tool for your family.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 – Austin, Texas
The Dangers of Synthetic Marijuana
Whether the drug is marketed as “K-2,” “Spice,” or some other nickname, the cheap thrill some young Texans are getting from synthetic marijuana could cost them their lives. Tragic reports are coming in about high school-aged students from Lake Conroe, Houston, Plano and other communities across Texas either dying or becoming very sick after taking drugs that are deceptively sold as being “safe,” “natural,” and “legal.”

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