Attorney General Ken Paxton joined a 14-state coalition in defense of religious liberty in a case in which the state of New York sought to punish a photographer, Emilee Carpenter, who chose to not accept bookings for same-sex weddings.
AG Paxton: San Antonio Agrees to Deliver Records Regarding the City’s Decision to Ban Chick-fil‑A from International Airport
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his office reached an agreement with the City of San Antonio regarding an April 11 open records request for documents related to the City’s decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from the San Antonio International Airport based on the restaurant chain’s donations to religious ministries.
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that a cross may continue to mark a World War I veterans memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland.
AG Paxton Affirms Support for San Jacinto County’s Courthouse Crosses, Vows to Defend Public Display of Historic Religious Symbols
In a letter today to San Jacinto County Judge Fritz Faulkner and county commissioners, the Office of the Attorney General applauded the county’s decision to maintain crosses on the county courthouse, and promised to support the county if the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) brings a lawsuit.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today sent a second letter to the mayor and council members for the City of San Antonio, making an open records request for documents related to the Office of the Attorney General’s investigation of the City’s decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from the San Antonio International Airport.