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Law & Lib­er­ty: Immigration

On this episode of Law & Liberty, Deputy of Special Litigation Patrick Sweeten stopped by to discuss how Texas stopped the Biden Administration’s unlawful freeze on deportations, constitutional limits on changes to immigration law, and the burden Texas taxpayers bear for the cost of illegal immigration.

March 24, 2021 | Podcast

Law & Lib­er­ty: Human Trafficking

For this episode of Law & Liberty, we break it up into two parts to cover Human Trafficking. In part one, Attorney General Ken Paxton and Deputy AG for Criminal Justice Josh Reno join us to discuss their experience building and directing anti-human trafficking units and in part two, leading prosecutors Cara Pierce and Brooke Grona-Robb sat down to discuss impactful cases they’ve encountered.

January 20, 2021 | Podcast

Law & Lib­er­ty: Con­sumer Protection

On this episode of Law & Liberty, Chief of Consumer Protection Jennifer Jackson joins our host Kayleigh Date to share tips on avoiding scams.

December 15, 2020 | Podcast

Law & Lib­er­ty: Elec­tion Integri­ty Roundtable

This episode of Law & Liberty features Attorney General Ken Paxton and the Special Litigation Division as they discuss rigorous court battles, voting victories, and crucial laws that ensured a safer 2020 General Election for all Texans.

November 24, 2020 | Podcast

Law & Lib­er­ty: Spot­ting Scams

In this episode, host Kayleigh Date shares Texas' price gouging laws, best tips for spotting a scammer, and how to report this kind of shady activity to our office. Stay safe, and be on guard for scam artists and price gouging.

March 18, 2020 | Podcast

Law & Lib­er­ty: Elec­tion Integrity

In this episode, Jonathan White, Chief of the Election Fraud Section of the Texas Attorney General’s Special Prosecutions Division, joins us to discuss voter fraud, how it impacts the democratic process, and what Texas can do to keep our elections secure, free, and fair.

February 20, 2020 | Podcast

Law & Lib­er­ty: Reli­gious Liberty

On our very first episode, David Hacker, Special Counsel to the First Assistant Attorney General, joins us as we discuss the free exercise of religion clause listed in our First Amendment. We dig into the finer points of religious liberty and share details of both high and low-profile cases centered around this fundamental right.

December 11, 2019 | Podcast