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By Jon Cassidy | 16 hours ago | 49
The case against Attorney General Ken Paxton depends on a novel interpretation of state law. The two charges of fraud against Paxton don't involve misrepresentation on Paxton’s part, or any other violation of a clear principle. Rather, the prosecutors think Paxton should have volunteered more information about his own investments in the course of selling stock in a company, and that his not doing so amounts to fraud.
By Mark Lagerkvist | 12 hours ago | 16
Chris Christie squeezed his way into the prime-time Republican presidential debate on Fox, but it was a tighter fit than the New Jersey governor had wished. The choice of only 3.4 percent of GOP voters, Christie clung to ninth place in a poll-based competition for 10 invitations to the big stage in Cleveland.
By Deena Winter | 19 hours ago | 16
Mayor Chris Beutler says he’s insisting that all future developments in historic Haymarket District hook up to the same utility the Pinnacle Bank Arena uses, to help lower the arena’s utility costs.
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