Texas Victorious In Case Challenging Biden’s Illegal Vaccine Mandate for Texas National Guard Members
A federal appeals court sided with Texas Governor Greg Abbott in a case challenging the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandate for Texas National Guard members, ruling that the federal government’s attempt to punish noncompliance with the mandate was unconstitutional.
Paxton Victorious in Lawsuit Against the Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors
Attorney General Paxton secured a victory in his lawsuit against the Biden Administration’s unlawful vaccine mandate for federal contractors.
Paxton Victorious in Lawsuit to Stop Biden Admin from Implementing Head Start Vaccine and Mask Mandates
A federal judge agreed with Attorney General Paxton and set aside a Biden Administration policy that would have mandated all Head Start program staff and volunteers receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
Attorney General Paxton joined a Louisiana-led letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expressing deep concerns over children being required to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Paxton Continues Fight for Medical Freedom by Filing Petition Against San Antonio ISD in the Texas Supreme Court
Attorney General Paxton filed a petition for review requesting the Texas Supreme Court to reverse Texas’s San Antonio-based Fourth Court of Appeals’ ruling in favor of San Antonio ISD and issue an injunction against the district’s unlawful vaccine mandate.
AG Paxton Joins Amicus Brief to Protect American Service Members’ Religious Freedom from Biden’s Unconstitutional Vaccine Mandate
Attorney General Paxton has joined a Mississippi-led amicus brief in the New Orleans-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to prevent American service members from being forced to take a vaccine that goes against their religious beliefs.
Paxton Releases Advisory Clarifying the Law: Public Schools Cannot Impose Mandates as the New School Year Begins
Attorney General Paxton issued an advisory for the start of the new school year, reminding Texas public schools that mask mandates continue to be prohibited, pursuant to Governor Abbott’s executive order GA-38.
Attorney General Paxton joined a Florida-led amicus brief filed in the Atlanta-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit seeking to affirm a successful challenge to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Transportation Mask Mandate.
AG Paxton Secures Important Victory in Fifth Circuit Against Imposing Harmful Mask-Mandates on Kids
Yesterday Attorney General Paxton secured a ruling against imposing mask mandates on Texas children in violation of state law.
Attorney General Ken Paxton filed two related Florida-led amicus briefs—one before the New Orleans-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and another before the St. Louis-based Eighth Circuit.