Office of the Attorney General Files Appeal to Texas Supreme Court, Blocking District Judge’s Ruling and Leaving Abortion Law in Place
The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) filed a Notice of Accelerated Interlocutory Appeal directly to the Texas Supreme Court in Zurawski, et al. v. State of Texas, et al. under Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code Section 6.001(b) and Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 29.1(b).
Office of the Attorney General Celebrates One Year Anniversary of the Overturning of Roe v. Wade in Observation of Sanctity of Life Day
On June 24, the Office of the Attorney General observes Sanctity of Life Day to honor and commemorate the tens of millions of lives lost to abortions.
Paxton Sends Letter to Company Highlighting Illegalities of Distributing Abortion Pills Through the Mail
Attorney General Paxton sent a multistate letter to Carelon, which provides tele-health and tele-pharmacy services, thanking it for not announcing its intention to unlawfully distribute abortion pills and reminding the company of its obligations under state and federal law.
Paxton Defends Pro-Life West Virginia Law Against a Challenge from an Abortion Drug Manufacturer
Attorney General Paxton joined an Arkansas-led amicus brief before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia to defend a West Virginia law prohibiting abortions.
Paxton Sends Letters to Pharmacies Regarding FDA’s Illegal Efforts to Encourage Companies to Mail Abortion Drugs
Attorney General Paxton joined a Missouri-led coalition in sending a letter to Rite Aid regarding the company’s plans to send abortion-inducing drugs through the mail.
Attorney General Paxton has joined a Mississippi-led amicus brief in a case challenging reckless and illegal actions by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) that expand access to abortion-inducing drugs being sent through the mail.
Attorney General Paxton has sent a Kentucky-led letter to the CEO of Yelp condemning the company’s efforts to discriminate against crisis pregnancy centers.
Paxton Warns CVS and Walgreens on the Illegalities of Sending Abortion Pills Through the Mail
Attorney General Paxton has joined two Missouri-led multistate letters being sent to CVS and Walgreens concerning their decision to seek approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) to use the mail to sell abortion pills.
Paxton Sues Biden to Stop HHS from Illegally Forcing Pharmacies to Provide Abortion-Inducing Drugs
Attorney General Paxton filed a new lawsuit against the Biden Administration today to halt it from illegally forcing pharmacies across America to provide abortifacients, which are prescription or over-the-counter drugs that induce abortions.
Attorney General Paxton has joined a Mississippi-led amicus brief supporting an injunction against a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) rule that allows veterans and certain beneficiaries to get elective, taxpayer-funded abortions.