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 Stands with Louisville Wedding Photographer Targeted for Religious Beliefs
Attorney General Paxton joined a Kentucky-led amicus brief before the Cincinnati-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit to defend religious liberty and to push back on a local government’s attempt to compel speech.
Paxton Files Amicus to Ensure that Unelected Entities Do Not Exercise Undue Influence Over Dallas Citizens
Attorney General Paxton filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of Texas to roll back powers that were unlawfully granted to an unelected body that oversees Dallas’s municipal employees’ retirement fund.
Paxton Says Biden Administration Should Extend Comment Period for New Rules that Infringe on States’ Rights
Attorney General Paxton joined a Montana-led comment letter sent to the Department of the Interior requesting that the Bureau of Indian Affairs (“BIA”) extend the public comment period for new rules that would have a sweeping impact on state gambling laws.
Paxton Petitions Texas Supreme Court to Reverse Lower Court’s Decision in Case Determining Child Custody
Attorney General Paxton filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of Texas to ensure appropriate custody decisions are made on behalf of Texas children and to ensure that Texas appellate courts review legal judgments correctly and uniformly.
Paxton Files New Lawsuit Challenging the Biden Administration’s Radical Attempt to Control State Wildlife Management
Attorney General Paxton filed a lawsuit against Biden’s Fish and Wildlife Service (“Service”) and Department of the Interior (“Interior) to challenge the federal government’s listing of the Lesser Prairie-Chicken so that Texas can protect and manage its own natural resources.
Paxton Petitions U.S. Supreme Court to Affirm the Role that States Play in Regulating Their Own Environment
Attorney General Paxton joined a West Virginia-led cert-stage amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case that has important implications for states’ ability to protect their environment.
Paxton Says School Choice Legal in Texas
There is no constitutional barrier prohibiting school choice in Texas according to a legal opinion issued by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Paxton Takes Action to Ensure that TikTok Cooperates with Multistate Investigation
Attorney General Paxton filed a Colorado-led amicus brief in support of Tennessee, which is a part of a multistate coalition investigating TikTok.
Paxton Secures Preliminary Injunction Against Biden’s Radical “Waters of the United States” Rule
Attorney General Paxton successfully halted the implementation of a new, burdensome Biden Administration regulation that would have limited Texans’ freedoms and hampered economic growth.