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The Growing Case Against Attorney General Ken Paxton

Special prosecutors are now planning to bring first degree felony charges against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton before a grand jury.

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September Arguments Set For Texas School Finance Case

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AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Supreme Court has set a September 1 date to hear the massive school finance case that has entangled the Legislature and hundreds of school districts for several years. 81 more words

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Two charged with possessing child pornography

HARRISBURG, Pa.  Agents from the Office of  Attorney General’s Child Predator section charge two men, Devin Turman, 33, of Blain, Perry County and Timothy Johnson, 55, of Birdsboro, Berks County, with possessing child pornography. 305 more words

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Midstaters speak out about care at Golden Living Centers after allegations of poor treatment

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is taking legal action against a company that has several nursing home facilities in central Pennsylvania. 395 more words

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Texas Attorney General Hires Lawyer

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AUSTIN (CBS11) – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has hired a lawyer.

Paxton has been the subject of an ongoing securities investigation and special prosecutors are ready to move forward with one of two cases. 81 more words

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WISCONSIN HOMEOWNER PLANS LAWSUIT AGAINST GOVERNOR SCOTT WALKER AND ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE

So here I go again.  After 10 years in our home, and having to put it up for sale under the duress of continuing litigation or choosing to move on, I decided to move on.   565 more words

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Hate Crimes, Homicides Declined In California In 2014

SACRAMENTO (AP) — The state attorney general’s office says hate crimes and homicides decreased across California in 2014, along with most other crimes.

In several reports released Wednesday, the office of Attorney General Kamala Harris says hate crime offenses fell nearly 9 percent last year. 99 more words

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