Public comment is being considered on a southeast Texas school district's ban on high school cheerleaders displaying religious messages.
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Greg Abbott is challenging the Voting Rights Act. Is it the right move?
The three-judge panel in San Antonio tasked with drawing up the new Texas Congressional, Senate and House Districts has released maps just a few months before the Texas primaries scheduled for May.
Johnson & Johnson must pay Texas $158 million in Medicaid fraud claims after downplaying the harmful side effects of a drug called Risperdal for children and the elderly.
A full review of the state’s petition against the cross-state air pollution rule will be carried out by the court. The case is expected to be heard by April 2012.
This case originally stemmed from a State whistleblower lawsuit more than 10 years ago by a Florida-based pharmacy.
The Texas Highway Patrol Association falsely claimed to be affiliated with Texas DPS and raised money for personal use.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbot will file an emergency stay application with the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the implementation of federally drawn maps that Texas law makers say are legally flawed.
A Court of Appeals rules that a National Day of Prayer is not unconstitutional. Keep reading to find out Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott's reaction.