A version of the Arizona bill that would ban state courts from enforcing federal court decisions has now been filed in the Texas House.
Under Gov. Code Ch. 2113 “state agency” includes “the supreme court, the court of criminal appeals, another entity in the judicial branch of state government with statewide authority, or a court of appeals.”
Moreover, HB 2808 specifically defines “federal action” to include “order of a federal court.”
Enforcement of the federal court order could only occur if permitted by the Texas legislature via the General Appropriations Act or some other state law.
HB 2808 has been filed but not yet assigned to a committee.