Texas Attorney General
Speaking to the NAACP in Houston, Attorney General Eric Holder decried the state’s controversial voter ID law as a modern equivalent to Jim Crow-era poll taxes.
The Texas attorney general is accusing Google of improperly withholding evidence sought in an investigation into whether the company has been abusing its dominance of Internet search.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is accusing Google of improperly withholding evidence sought in an investigation into whether the company has been abusing its dominance of Internet search.
Reversing its decade-long objection to testing that death row inmate Hank Skinner says could prove his innocence, the Texas Attorney General’s office today filed an advisory with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals seeking to test DNA in the case.
Investigators say the man thought he was communicating with a 13-year-old boy. But the “boy” was really an undercover officer.
Stacy Gordon thought she found a good deal on a birthday gift for her daughter. Last January, she ordered an iPod docking station from the website savemore.com. She bought a voucher for $31 — for what the website called a $61 value. But she never received it.
A federal court has warned Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott to turn over evidence in the voter ID case because further delay will make it impossible for the law to take effect in time for the November general election.
The Texas Attorney General’s office arrested 40 area parents in a weeklong stint targeted at those who failed to pay child support.
The healthcare future for thousands of low-income women in Texas is uncertain as the federal government phases out its Medicaid funding for the Texas Women’s Health Program over the next three to six months.
The state of Texas wants to challenge the constitutionality of Section 5 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a key provision of the historic federal legislation.
A three-judge panel says that the only way to keep the Texas primaries on April 3 is for all sides to agree on temporary political maps within two weeks.
A lawsuit in which Texas accused Johnson & Johnson of plundering the state Medicaid program by overstating the safety of an expensive anti-psychotic drug and improperly influencing officials and doctors has been settled for $158 million.