Texas AG Ken Paxton Says Fear Of COVID-19 Does Not Qualify Residents For Mail-In BallotsTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says fear of contracting COVID-19 does not qualify residents for mail-in ballots even as the pandemic continues.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Sends Warning To Dallas County About 'Unlawful Restrictions'Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sent a stern warning to Dallas County about "unconstitutional and unlawful restrictions" that he says conflict with the governor's executive orders.
After Ken Paxton Comments, Dallas County DA Says It's 'Disingenuous' To Connect Shelley Luther Case To Prosecuting PolicyDallas County DA John Creuzot says it is "disingenuous" to connect the case of Shelley Luther to his prosecuting policies after Texas AG Ken Paxton mentioned those policies in his call for her release.
Other Businesses And Legal Experts Watching As Jailed Dallas Salon Owner Receives State Leaders’ SupportSome say the Texas attorney general, governor, and lieutenant governor are sending mixed messages by supporting a Dallas salon owner who very publicly violated county and state coronavirus stay at home orders.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Visits Dallas Salon Whose Owner Is Currently JailedFormer Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin paid a visit to Salon A La Mode Wednesday to offer her support to Shelley Luther and her business while the owner remains in jail.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Covers Jailed Dallas Salon Owner Shelley Luther's FineTexas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said will be covering a fine owed by Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther, who is currently serving a seven-day jail sentence.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Calls For 'Immediate Release' Of Jailed Dallas Salon Owner Shelley LutherTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has called for the "immediate release" of a Dallas salon owner who was arrested and sent to jail after refusing to apologize for opening her business in defiance of Gov. Greg Abbott's stay-at-home orders.
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.
Whiplash For Abortion Clinics In Texas As COVID-19-Related Cases Bounce From Court To Court
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.
North Texas Gun, Ammo Seller Hit With Dozens Of Price Gouging Complaints From CustomersDozens of customers have filed complaints about Cheaper Than Dirt, an online firearm and ammunition seller based in Fort Worth.