The State charged the group, organized by Kenneth Lane Denton, Timothy Tierney, and Steven Jenkins, with illegally soliciting charitable donations in December of 2011.
The publishers will pay affected Texans up to $5.5 million in total compensation, and pay approximately $7.5 million to the states for fees and costs.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that state prosecutors failed to show that the lawmakers did not draw the maps “without discriminatory purposes.
The court rebuked the EPA for exceeding its statutory authority when issuing the CSAPR regulations.
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Meg Jordan, an assistant attorney general in the Child Support Division’s office, has been named as the “Assistant Attorney General of the Year” for the Lubbock region.
They specifically cite the proposed Clean Water Act guidance document, which the duo says greatly expands the agencies’ regulatory authority, and will produce “overwhelming costs, regulatory uncertainty, and questionable public benefit.”
The attorneys general assert that Abbott Laboratories promoted the off-label use of Depakote for treating schizophrenia, agitated dementia, and autism.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today filed a lawsuit to sue the federal government to regain funding for the state's Women's Health Program. Federal funds had previously funded 90 percent of the Women's Health Program
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