Dozens Of Texas School Districts In Legal Battles Over Gov. Abbott's Ban On Mask Mandates“It’s just a bizarre period because you're seeing the clash of our legal system, our education system, our public health system,” said Nathan Cortez, an SMU law professor.
President Joe Biden Thanks Dallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa For Continued Mask MandateDallas ISD superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa is making all students, faculty and staff mask up -- in spite of Governor Greg Abbott’s order prohibiting such a mandate.
Dallas ISD To Keep Mask Mandate Despite Texas Supreme Court RulingDallas ISD's superintendent said Sunday evening that the district will keep its face mask mandate despite a ruling from the Texas Supreme Court on Sunday that blocked Dallas County's order.
Texas Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Gov. Abbott, Temporarily Blocks Dallas County Mask MandateIn the continuing legal battle between Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and Gov. Greg Abbott over mask mandates, the Texas Supreme Court on Sunday ruled in favor of the governor.
Court Tosses Lawsuits Against Store In Texas Church ShootingThe Texas Supreme Court says survivors and relatives of those killed in a 2017 mass killing at a church can't sue a sporting goods chain for selling the gunman the rifle used in the attack.
Democrats Sue Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Over Vetoing Pay After WalkoutGoing straight to the Texas Supreme Court, Democrats called the veto an unconstitutional power grab.
Former Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman Throws Her Hat In The Ring For Attorney GeneralIt was about two weeks ago when Eva Guzman announced her resignation from Texas' highest court. Now, the former Supreme Court Justice has formally launched a run for attorney general.
Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman Submits Resignation Effective June 11The first Hispanic female on the Texas Supreme Court, Justice Eva Guzman, is stepping down after more than a decade on the state's highest court.
Can Texans Sue ERCOT For Not Keeping Power On During Winter Storms?That decision, many legal experts believe, lies with the Texas Supreme Court.
Texas Court: Compensate Alfred Dewayne Brown Wrongly Convicted In Officer Charles Clark's Death After a judge signed an order in May 2019 declaring Alfred Dewayne Brown innocent in the slaying of Officer Charles Clark during a robbery of a check-cashing store Brown was eligible for nearly $2 million in compensation.
Texas Has Already Been In The Courts, Now The Nation Braces For Possible Election Day Legal ChallengesWeeks before early voting began and Election Day arrived, the U.S. 2020 Presidential Race was already the most litigated in memory.