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Monday, October 26, 2015 – Austin, Texas
Investigation Lands Uvalde County Man in Jail for Online Solicitation of a Minor
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the Attorney General’s Child Exploitation Unit (CEU) investigators served an arrest warrant on Henry Francis Bunk III, 44, for online solicitation of a minor. This warrant was served at the Uvalde County Jail where Bunk was already being held for violating his sex offender requirements.

Friday, October 23, 2015 – Lubbock, Texas
Lubbock County Sheriff Kelly Rowe Conducts Child Support Roundup
“Caring for your children is the fundamental and moral responsibility of any parent,” Attorney General Ken Paxton said. “I commend everyone involved in holding accountable those who attempt to evade child support. Their efforts help ensure better care and better lives for Texas children.”

Friday, October 23, 2015 – Austin, Texas
General Paxton Files Suit Against Federal Government to Halt Illegal EPA Power Plan
“Once again, President Obama and his EPA have overstepped their legal authority and enacted a regulation that will dramatically raise Texans’ electric bills and threaten the reliability of the electric grid,” said Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. “The Texas Attorney General’s Office is leading a nationwide coalition, along

Thursday, October 22, 2015 – Beaumont, Texas
Texas Attorney General’s Office Visits Beaumont to Bring Awareness to Scams Targeting Seniors
As part of a statewide effort by the Texas Attorney General’s Office (OAG) to fight fraud and scams affecting senior Texans, today Assistant Attorney General Rick Berlin participated as the main speaker at the Southeast Senior Texans Celebration and Consumer Expo organized by the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

Thursday, October 22, 2015 – Austin, Texas
Attorney General Paxton Asks SCOTUS to Declare Redistricting Attorneys’ Fees Award Unconstitutional Under Shelby County v. Holder
“Supreme Court opinions have the binding effect of law the day they are issued,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said. “The lower courts were unjustified in compelling Texas to pay attorneys’ fees under a law that was invalidated as unconstitutional a full year earlier. We are asking the Court to step in to preserve its authority to establish the supreme law of the land.”

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