Attorney General Ken Paxton is committed to protecting the rights and freedoms of all Texans. Executive Order GA-38 prohibits governmental entities and officials from mandating face coverings or vaccines. This order has the force and effect of state law and supersedes local rules and regulations.

Last Updated: 8/18/2021, 11:35am CT

The following list of governmental entities who have been reported as non-compliant with Executive Order GA-38, updated to reflect their current status:

Aldine ISD *
Austin ISD *
Basis Texas
Bexar County
Brownsville ISD *
Cameron County
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD *
Cedar Hill ISD **
Coppell ISD **
Crowley ISD *
Dallas County
Dallas ISD
Del Valle ISD *
DeSoto ISD *
Donna ISD *
Dripping Springs ISD **
Eanes ISD
Eagle Pass ISD
Edcouch-Elsa ISD *
Edgewood ISD *
Edinburg CISD *
El Paso ISD *
Elgin ISD *
Fort Bend ISD **
Fort Sam Houston ISD *
Fort Worth ISD **
Galena Park ISD *
Galveston ISD *
Grand Prairie ISD **
Harlandale ISD
Harris County
Hays County
Hidalgo County
Hidalgo ISD *
Highland Park ISD
Houston ISD *
Huffman ISD *
IDEA Public Schools
Judson ISD **
Killeen ISD **
La Joya ISD *
Lackland ISD *
Laredo ISD *
Lasara ISD *
Leander ISD *
Manor ISD *
McAllen ISD *
Mesquite ISD *
North East ISD
Nueces County **
Paris ISD *
Pflugerville ISD *
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD *
Randolph Fields ISD
Richardson ISD *
Round Rock ISD *
San Antonio ISD *
San Benito ISD *
San Marcos ISD *
Sheldon ISD
Spring ISD *
Travis County
United ISD *
Vanguard Academy
West Oslo ISD *

* indicates currently not in compliance; letter sent by the Texas Attorney General's Office
** previously non-compliant; reportedly now in compliance

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