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Once an authorized request is received, the attorney general answers the request by interpreting existing law in accordance with all applicable statutes and the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Texas.
The opinion process frequently involves extensive legal research by the group of assistant attorneys general known as the Opinion Committee.
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The Texas Constitution and sections 402.042 and 402.043 of the Texas Government Code grant the attorney general authority to issue attorney general opinions.
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If you are like me, and are waiting for a sign…is it. From someone who could barely make it through the night a few years ago… You owe it to that person out there that you might not have met yet that wants to love you the right way. From someone who believed it was impossibile to break up with my abuser. An attorney general opinion issued under sections 402.042 or 402.043 of the Texas Government Code is different from the legal advice, opinions and decisions that the attorney general provides under other Texas statutes.For example, an attorney general opinion issued under section 402.042 of the Texas Government Code is not an Open Records Decision issued under chapter 552 of the Texas Government Code or an All Bond Counsel Letter issued under section 402.044 of the Texas Government Code.
An attorney general opinion is a written interpretation of existing law.