AG Paxton Reaches Bipartisan Agreement with Texas Counties and Cities in Preparation for Settlement with Opioid Defendants
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced a coordinated bipartisan agreement with county leaders from around the state regarding the way Texas will direct future settlement money to people most impacted from the opioid epidemic.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today issued this statement following the mournful loss of Congressman Sam Johnson.
AG Paxton Applauds Texas Supreme Court; Disability Claims on Mail-In Ballots Reserved for Texans With Actual Illness or Disability
Attorney General Ken Paxton today applauded the Texas Supreme Court for ruling that election officials in Dallas, Cameron, El Paso, Harris and Travis Counties are incorrect to include fear of contracting COVID-19 as a “disability” on mail-in ballot applications.
AG Paxton: Fifth Circuit Temporarily Stays District Court Decision Mandating Universal Mail-In Balloting in Violation of Texas Law
Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for granting a temporary administrative stay in an unlawful decision by the federal district court in San Antonio that allowed anyone in Texas to vote by mail using protections specifically created to aid those with an actual disability or illness.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed an appeal with the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, opposing a ruling by a federal court in San Antonio that allows anyone to vote by mail using protections specifically created to aid those with a true disability or illness that renders them incapable of voting in-person.
Attorney General Paxton today issued this statement following the order from a San Antonio district judge.
AG Paxton Commends Texas Supreme Court for Staying Mail-In Ballot Ruling and Allowing Continued Prosecution of Election Fraud
Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the Texas Supreme Court for allowing the continued prosecution of voter fraud and staying an incorrect ruling by the Houston Court of Appeals that would have prevented state officials from enforcing state law regarding mail-in ballots.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today asked the Texas Supreme Court to immediately stay an order by the Court of Appeals for the Fourteenth Judicial District, which reinstated a Travis County District Court order allowing anyone in Travis County to vote by mail using special protections intended to aid only those with true disabilities or sicknesses.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Hon. Catherine Mauzy of the 126th Judicial District Court of Travis County has ruled Dr. Richard Malouf of ASDC Holdings, LLC responsible for 1,842 unlawful acts under the Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act.