Texas joined a friend-of-the-court brief led by Indiana, asking the United States Supreme Court to address the question of whether a court of appeals is permitted to review any issue encompassed in district court orders remanding a case to state court, particularly when a case was removed in accordance with the federal-officer removal statue or the civil-rights removal statute. The brief argues that plain text of existing law indicates that an entire remand order is reviewable on appeal and appellate courts should review each side of a case in its entirety. 

Read a copy of the amicus brief here.