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Ron Beal, Professor of Law at Baylor Law School, has taught, practiced and written on Texas Administrative Law for 37 years. He has written a two-volume treatise, Texas Administrative Practice and Procedure (Lexis, 23rd ed. 2020) and 17 law review articles that have been routinely cited by the Texas Supreme Court and Austin Court of Appeals as an authoritative source.

The Texas Supreme Court Intentionally Ignores The Truth: Allows Governor Abbott To Continue His...

On February 18, 2022, Attorney General Ken Paxton issued opinion KP-0401 holding that Texas’ current child abuse laws prohibited the parents of...

The Department Of Family And Protective Services (DFPS) Is Currently Legally Powerless To Protect...

Do you know that since “we” adopted our 1876 Constitution, we have been labeled by the political experts to be a “weak...

Governor Abbott & Commissioner Masters Are Legally Abusing Transgender Children and Their Parents

Attorney General Paxton was lawfully requested to issue an opinion as to whether providing medical treatment, physically and/or psychologically, to a minor...

COVID-19 PANDEMIC, A LEGAL DISASTER

How Is It Legally Possible That Governor Abbott and The Texas Supreme Court Can Knowingly and Intentionally Greatly Enhance the Probability Our...

Opinion: Texas Supreme Court Bows to Abbott Instead of Upholding Constitution

More than three weeks ago, I submitted a petition to the Texas Supreme Court that seeks to have Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive...

Opinion: Hey Texas! Wear a Mask!

Due to our COVID-19 crisis, I have been at home a great deal lately, and I have spent hours watching the news...

Opinion: Gov. Abbott Puts Himself Above the Law, and the Courts Let Him

The coronavirus pandemic has had and continues to have an extraordinary impact upon all of our lives. Beyond the suffering and death...

Opinion: Gov. Abbott Continues His Unconstitutional Control Over Independent State Officers. Does Anyone Care?

In June of 2016, the Texas Tribune reported that there were 336 state officers who were serving in their offices and exercising...

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