The Midland County Attorney recently asked the Attorney General whether a county may provide funding to a school district for grounds maintenance, a library, and law enforcement. According to the Attorney General, Article III, section 52(a) of the Texas Constitution...
The Texas Attorney General has sought to intervene in a lawsuit filed by a student who was disciplined for refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. The suit was filed on behalf of India Landry after she was expelled from Windfern High School in Harris County....
Last week, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wrote a letter to the Fort Worth Independent School District superintendent and board president, addressing parent complaints that they have been denied access to public records regarding FWISD’s human sexuality curriculum....
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