Paxton Sues Biden Administration to Stop It From Risking American Workers’ Retirements by Promoting Woke ESG Goals
Attorney General Paxton is co-leading a multistate lawsuit against the Biden Administration to stop a new U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) rule that prioritizes woke Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) investing over protecting the retirement savings of approximately two-thirds of the U.S. population, which is around 152 million workers.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the appointment of Kristen House as Director of Communications for the Office of the Attorney General of Texas.
Paxton Sues Biden Administration to Stop New Program that Would Allow Hundreds of Thousands of Aliens to Come into the Country Every Year
Attorney General Paxton is leading a multistate coalition that is suing the Biden Administration over a new Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) program that unlawfully creates a de facto pathway to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of aliens.
Paxton Announces Investigation of Home Title Lock for Potentially Misleading Texas Consumers
Attorney General Paxton has announced an investigation of Home Title Lock for potentially violating the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act by misleading consumers with deceptive statements concerning the prevalence of home title theft and the need for Home Title Lock’s services.
The law enforcement round-up is comprised of important arrests from the Child Exploitation and Fugitive Apprehension Units.
Paxton Joins Amicus Brief to Defend Individual Rights and Strengthen the Nondelegation Doctrine
Attorney General Paxton has joined a West Virginia-led cert-stage amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court, to strengthen the enforcement of the nondelegation doctrine, which would prevent unelected agency bureaucrats from exercising authority that the Congress has not granted them.
Attorney General Paxton announced that Texas is joining finalized opioid agreements with CVS and Walgreens totaling $10.7 billion nationally, with CVS paying $5 billion and Walgreens paying $5.7 billion.
Paxton Announces that Texas Has Joined $2.37 Billion Settlement With Opioid Manufacturer Allergan
Attorney General Paxton announced that Texas is joining a $2.37 billion settlement with opioid manufacturer Allergan for its role in the nationwide opioid epidemic.
Paxton Sues Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services to Prevent the WHO from Exerting Alarming Authority Over the United States
Attorney General Paxton, along with the State of Oklahoma, is suing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) to remove an illegal regulation from federal law that cedes our sovereignty to the World Health Organization (“WHO”).
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.