The long arm of the lieutenant governor reached far into the Paxton impeachment saga.
Justin Miller covers politics and state government for the Texas Observer. He previously worked for The American Prospect magazine in Washington, D.C., and has also written for The Intercept, The New Republic and In These Times. Originally from the Twin Cities, he received a journalism degree from the University of Minnesota.
Articles by Justin Miller
In the wake of President Joe Biden’s fencing flip-flop, the Texas governor doubles down on his own barrier.
The Senate sided with the Attorney General on every charge. While the historic impeachment trial has ended, there’s plenty more to come.
The second week of the impeachment hearings may be the last. But there’s still a lot of ground to cover.
The attorney general and his wife helped promote a company run by an ex-lobbyist accused in court of breaching his fiduciary duty to other firms.
Nearly 4,000 pages of exhibits paint the clearest picture yet of the allegations against the attorney general for prolific abuse of power, bribery, philandering, and apparent coverups.
Texas’ border wall is rearing its head—concerns about wildlife, public thrift, and property rights notwithstanding.
Impeached and in peril, the walls may finally be closing in on the allegedly criminal Texas attorney general.
Is Ron DeSantis running the Lone Star State?
Opponents call it a dangerous vigilante move that will get innocent people killed.