Texas Attorney General Sues Biden Over Dictating State Tax Policy

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Has Filed His Ninth Lawsuit Against The Biden Administration, This Time Over A Provision In The Federal Government’s American Rescue Plan Act That States That To Receive The Funds, States Cannot Use Them To “Directly Or Indirectly” Offset Tax Revenue By Cutting Taxes.

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Smugglers Transporting 2,000 People Every Day Through Texas

Abbott Says 2,000 People Are Entering Texas Every Day Through Gaps In The Border Wall. In Particular, A Section Along The Rio Grande River Where The Wall Construction Is Already Paid For And Delivered Materials Are Lying On The Ground But The Biden Administration Halted The Completion.

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Texas Attorney General To Biden: Follow The Law On Immigration

Texas Is Seeing A Crime Surge As A Result Of The Biden Administration’s Open Border Policies, State Attorney General Ken Paxton Said At A News Conference. Paxton Was Accompanied By State Police Officers, Border Patrol Agents And Several Sheriffs To Raise Awareness About The Surge.

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Texas Republican Leaders Vow To Fight ‘For The People’ Election Bill

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, The Texas Public Policy Foundation And Others Have Expressed Opposition To HR1, The “For The People” Act, Which Was Narrowly Passed By House Democrats To Alter Federal And State Election Processes.

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Texas Attorney General Sues First Power Company, Warns Of Energy Price Hikes

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Is Warning Texans To Be Aware Of Energy Price Hikes After Last Month’s Severe Winter Storm And Power Outages Left Millions In The Cold And Without Water For A Week Or More.

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Federal Judge Sides With Texas, Blocks Biden Deportation Freeze Nationwide

U.S . District Judge Issues Temporary Restraining Order Blocking Biden Executive Order To Halt Existing U.S. Immigration and Deportation Policy For 100 Days.

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Texas Sues Biden Over Deportation Policy Change

State Of Texas Sued Biden Administration In Response To Dept Of Homeland Security Announcing It Will Suspend Deportations For 100 Days Of People In The U.S. Illegally.

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18 States Join With Texas In Challenge Of Swing State Election Results

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah and West Virginia all have filed briefs in support of lawsuit.

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Texas Files SCOTUS Lawsuit Against Four States Alleging Violations of Constitutional Provisions In Election

Texas Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania stating that they ignored both state and federal law and that their failure to abide by rule casts a dark shadow over the outcome of the entire election.

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