AG Paxton Announces Over $620 Million Collected by Bankruptcy and Collections Division During His Tenure
Attorney General Paxton is pleased to announce that the Bankruptcy and Collections Division of the Office of the Texas Attorney General has collected a total of $51,573,667 for fiscal year 2022, outstripping its $50 million goal for that time period.
Attorney General Ken Paxton joined Mississippi in sending a multistate letter to the American Law Institute (ALI) opposing changes to the Model Penal Code (MPC).
The law enforcement round up highlights important arrests made with the assistance of the Child Exploitation, Human Trafficking, and Fugitive Apprehension units in April.
AG Paxton Joins Coalition to Protect Children’s Health Against the Predations of the Gender-Ideological Left
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined a multistate amicus brief in support of Alabama’s Vulnerable Child Protection Act, which prohibits the use of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgery to cosmetically alter children and adolescents in order to facilitate their “gender transition.”
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has opened an investigation into the Texas Bar Foundation for its possibly aiding and abetting the mass influx of illegal aliens.
AG Paxton Joins Multistate Letter to Mayorkas Demanding Disbanding of Biden Administration’s Disinformation Governance Board
Attorney General Ken Paxton has joined several states in a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, insisting that he immediately disband the new Disinformation Governance Board, which would endanger the First Amendment by policing free speech in America in furtherance of the Biden Administration’s political agenda.
AG Paxton Secures $14 Million in Restitution for Consumers in Settlement with Intuit Turbo Tax
Attorney General Paxton announced a significant settlement against Inuit Inc., who markets the popular product “Turbo Tax.” Texas will receive more than $14 million in restitution for Texas consumers as part of a $141 million multistate settlement, which resolves an investigation begun over two years ago.
AG Paxton Again Sues Biden Over Border: New Immigration Rules Drastically Lower “Asylum” Bar, Forming New Incentives for Next Flood of Aliens
This morning Attorney General Paxton filed his 11th immigration-related lawsuit against the Biden Administration—the 27th overall against Biden since he was inaugurated in January 2021.
AG Paxton and Missouri AG Schmitt Hold Press Conference Following SCOTUS Arguments in “Remain in Mexico” Case
Attorney General Paxton held a press conference with Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt following oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in Texas v. Biden, a case jointly filed by Texas and Missouri in 2021 over the Biden Administration’s cancellation of the “Remain in Mexico” policy.
Attorney General Paxton sent a letter with the support of several states, urging the U.S. Congress to pass The Public Safety Officer Support Act of 2022, which addresses gaps in support for public safety officers who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) associated with their high-risk jobs.