Federal Judge Orders Expansion Of Mail-In Voting In TexasA federal judge has ordered Texas to allow any of the state’s 16 million voters to cast a ballot by mail over fears of the coronavirus.
Investigation: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Helped Donor Fight Coronavirus LockoutWhen a county in the Colorado mountains banished everyone but locals to prevent the spread of COVID-19, an unlikely outsider raised a fuss: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Texas Suing To Stop Deceptive Robocallers Touting 'Trump Care Health Plans' During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Texas Attorney General's Office said the calls violate the Texas No Call Act and the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Expects Abortion Ban Will Reach Supreme CourtTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he's committed to defending the state's near-total ban on abortion all the way to the Supreme Court.
Governor Abbott, AG Paxton Offer Guidance To Local Governments About Religious ServicesThe Governor’s coronavirus emergency order and the orders from some North Texas cities and counties conflict with each other over religious services.
Texas Governor, AG Issue Warning On Potential Price-Gouging Of Medical Supplies During Coronavirus Threat“Price-gouging is un-Texan and will not be tolerated in our state,” read the joint statement. "We will work to combat any attempt to exploit public health and safety for monetary gain.”
Texas Sues California Over 2017 Travel Ban, AG Paxton Says It 'Violates U.S. Constitution'Texas is taking on California, suing The Golden State's 2017 travel ban forbidding all non-essential travel to the Lone Star state.
Texas Attorney General Leaves Antitrust Suit Over T-Mobile-Sprint MergerTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his office reached a settlement with T-Mobile resolving the state’s antitrust claims over the company's merger with Sprint.
Texas Leads 50 US Attorneys In Google Antitrust InvestigationFifty U.S. states and territories, led by Texas, announced an investigation into Google's "potential monopolistic behavior."
Another Setback In Securities Fraud Case Against Texas AG Ken PaxtonThere's been another setback for special prosecutors trying to bring Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to trial on securities fraud charges.
6 Texas Gas Stations Agree To Refund Customers For Hurricane Harvey Price GougingFour of the gas stations are in North Texas. They signed agreements promising to reimburse consumers who were charged $3.99 or more per gallon of gas during Harvey.
Texas AG Fights Congressional Request For Info On Bungled Citizen Voter ListTexas' attorney general is challenging efforts by the U.S. Congress to obtain documents related to the state's bungled search for voters who aren't U.S. citizens.
Federal Judge Orders Texas Not To Remove Voters After Botched ListThe decision by U.S. District Judge Fred Biery of San Antonio temporarily halts a bungled search for illegal voters in Texas, which began in January.
Cruz-O'Rourke Hogs The Attention, But Texas Ballot Is LoadedWhile all eyes in Texas are on the unexpectedly close U.S. Senate race, further down the ballot Tuesday are races that could determine control of Congress.
Texas GOP Hopes To Benefit From Straight-Ticket VotingTexas Republicans are hopeful that the party's candidates will ride out momentum from a re-energized Democratic Party.