Critics contend that Texas attorney general Ken Paxton's opinion regarding objections to Obergefell was unethical.
Texas governor Gregg Abbott has called for a Article V convention of the states to amend the Constitution.
The Supreme Court will revist public-sector unions and Abood v. Detroit Board of Education in the forthcoming Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.
Trial lawyers make a cynical play for the Texas Supreme Court, Place 9
The Supreme Court's 2005 Kelo v. New London decision badly misfired on eminent domain.
For Place 5, will voters choose the flashy, untested show horse, or the reliable workhorse?
After smearing Justice Antonin Scalia over a question offered during oral argument in Fisher v. University of Texas, Texas Exes, the UT alumni organization, is forced to apologize.
Justice Antonin Scalia was demonized for asking inconvenient questions during oral arguments for Fisher v. Texas.
In the Texas Supreme Court Republican primary, the issue of Sharia Law has made an unlikely appearance.
Recent evidence should put an end to the myth that "diversity" improves higher education.