Texas Attorney General

Texas AG's Injunction Request Banning Syrian Refugees DeniedPaxton's press secretary says the office is now exploring its options to move forward in a different way.
Indicted Texas Attorney General Denied OK To Use DonorsA state ethics board has declined to support Texas' attorney general using political donors to pay his mounting legal bills on criminal charges of defrauding investors.
Grand Jury Indicts Leader Behind Planned Parenthood VideosCenter for Medical Progress founder indicted on a felony charge of tampering with a governmental record and a misdemeanor count of related to purchasing human organs.
Texas AG Paxton's Criminal Case Lingering On AppealLawyers for Ken Paxton have until late February to make their case to the Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas.
AG Paxton Says Daily Fantasy Sports Sites Against Texas LawTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has weighed in on daily fantasy sports.
AG Paxton, Sen. Cruz Tour North Texas Tornado DamageState leaders received a briefing on the impact of Saturday's tornadoes and visited with victims on Wednesday.
Attorney General Warns Texans Of Scams In Wake Of TornadoesUnder state law, once the governor issues a declaration, vendors are prohibited from charging exorbitant prices for necessities such as drinking water, food, batteries, generators, towing, clothing, medicine, lodging, repair work and fuel during and after the crisis.
Texas Files Suit Against Federal Government Over Syrian Refugee PlacementAttorney General Ken Paxton has filed suit on behalf of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) against the federal government to halt the relocation of refugees from Syria in the state.
Lawyers Argue Charges Against Texas Attorney General Should Be DroppedThe judge says he will decide what to do with the indictments as early as next Monday or a week or two later.
Accused Illegal Voter Was "Confused" Says AttorneyThe attorney for Rosa Ortega says she has legally been in the country for more than a dozen years.
Non-U.S. Citizen Indicted For Voter Fraud In North TexasIndictment says Rosa Maria Ortega fraudulently registered to vote in Dallas County by claiming to be a U.S. citizen.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Files Six Motions To Quash IndictmentPaxton also announced he earlier retained J. Mitchell Little, a partner in Scheef & Stone’s Collin County law office, to assist the legal team on the state securities law aspects of the case.

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