'Chick-Fil-A' Bill Passes The Texas House, Moves To Governor Abbott's DeskIn a 79-62 vote, the Texas House today passed Senate Bill 1978, best known as the #SaveChickFilA bill.
Some Texas Legislators Want This Law Made Clear: Guns Allowed In ChurchesTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton determined licensed handgun holders can legally carry in places of worship unless given "effective oral or written notice" or warning that weapons were banned.
'Opposite Of Tolerance': Texas AG Investigating San Antonio's Banning Of Chick-fil-A At AirportLast Thursday, the San Antonio City Council voted to remove Chick-fil-A from a new airport concessionaire contract, citing Chick-fil-A owners’ religious beliefs.
LULAC Sues Texas Secretary Of State, AG Over 'Attempts To Suppress Latino Voters'LULAC filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against David Whitley, Texas Secretary of State and Ken Paxton, Attorney General regarding continued attempts by the State of Texas to suppress Latino voters.
Neiman Marcus Reaches $1.5M Data Breach SettlementDuring a three-month period in 2013, about 370,000 Neiman Marcus credit cards were accessed by unknown third parties unlawfully, and at least 9,200 were used fraudulently.
Texas Joins Effort To Fight Against Robocalls“Unwanted phone calls are both a nuisance and an invasion of privacy, and growing robocall scams could cost Texans anywhere from a few dollars to their life savings,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said.
North Texas Victims Of Gas Price Gouging During Harvey Can Get Settlement MoneyThe Consumer Protection Division of the Texas Attorney General's Office finalized a settlement with the owner of several Dallas-Fort Worth area gas stations accused of price gouging last year.
Texas Sues San Antonio Police Chief For Violating Sanctuary Cities LawAttorney General Ken Paxton sued the San Antonio police chief Friday for what he said are violations of the state's immigration law targeting "sanctuary cities" and sought millions of dollars in sanctions.
Voter Fraud Conviction Of North Texas Woman Upheld By Appeals CourtThe Texas 2nd Court of Appeals upheld the 2017 voter fraud conviction of Rosa Maria Ortega, State Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Tuesday.
Ruling Throws Indicted Texas Attorney General's Case Into More UncertaintyThe decision is a victory for Paxton, a Republican, who was re-elected in November and has pleaded not guilty to charges alleging that he duped investors in a tech startup.
Democrat Running For Texas AG Making Integrity Key Part Of CampaignThe Democrat running for Texas Attorney General, Justin Nelson, is making integrity the main issue in his campaign against Republican incumbent Ken Paxton.
Texas Sues Opioid Manufacturer For 'Fueling Overdoses'The attorneys general of five other states took similar legal action Tuesday against the Stamford, Connecticut-based Purdue Pharma.
Texas AG Wants School District Emails Related To VotingCBS 11 obtained a copy of the request Mesquite ISD received from the Texas Attorney General, asking for emails from all principals and the superintendent that have anything to do with voting.
Indicted Texas AG Has $5.7M War ChestKen Paxton faces no opposition in the GOP primary March 6 and is heavily favored in November's general election.
Texas AG Files More Hurricane Harvey Price Gouging LawsuitsOne of the lawsuits is against Big Willy’s which has locations south/southwest the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The business is said to have charged $3.99 and $4.99 per gallon of unleaded gasoline at numerous stations.