Attorney General Ken Paxton Sues to End NGO’s Operations In Texas After Discovering Potential Efforts to Facilitate Illegal Immigration
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued Annunciation House, a nongovernmental organization (“NGO”), to revoke their registration to operate in Texas.
Court Denies Biden Administration’s Effort to Dismiss Texas Lawsuit Against Unconstitutional Asylum Rule
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit against the Biden Administration’s “asylum rule” will move forward after a court denied the federal government’s attempt to dismiss the case.
Attorney General Ken Paxton Seeks to Stop Biden Administration from Censoring American Media Companies
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a memorandum in support of a preliminary injunction against the Biden Administration’s censorship apparatus used to silence and disparage American media companies it disagrees with.
Attorney General Ken Paxton Leads Coalition of Attorneys General Opposing Biden-Senate Border Bill
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, joined by a coalition of 15 other attorneys general, has sent a letter to the leadership of the United States Senate strongly objecting to measures in the “border bill” proposed in that chamber after negotiation with the White House.
Attorney General Ken Paxton Announces $350 Million Settlement with Global Marketing Firm Publicis Over Role in Opioid Epidemic
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton secured a $350 million national settlement with Publicis Health to resolve investigations into the global marketing and communications firm’s role in the prescription opioid crisis.
Attorney General Ken Paxton Secures Major Victory in Legal Battle with Yelp Over Deceiving Users About Pregnancy Resource Centers
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has defeated an attempt by Yelp, an online referral platform, to avoid penalties for publishing untruthful information designed to deceive Texans.
Attorney General Ken Paxton Sues Five Cities Over Marijuana Policies Preventing Enforcement of Texas Drug Laws
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched lawsuits against the cities of Austin, San Marcos, Killeen, Elgin, and Denton for adopting amnesty and non-prosecution policies that violate Texas laws concerning marijuana possession and distribution.
Texas First Assistant Attorney General to Testify at Congressional Hearing on Southern Border Invasion
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has assigned First Assistant Attorney General Brent Webster to testify in the United States Congress before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution and Limited Government.
National Coalition Of Attorneys General Supports AG Paxton’s Efforts to End Biden’s Border Invasion
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued the following statement in response to a letter of support from more than two dozen states commending Texas’s dedication to securing the border and exercising her right of self-defense.
Office of the Attorney General Plans to File Petition for Mandamus With Supreme Court of Texas in Case with Former Employees
On Friday, the Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) requested the Third Court of Appeals step in to put a stop to a Travis County judge’s lawless orders requiring unnecessary and harassing depositions in a case brought by four disgruntled former employees.