Three Texas attorneys have lost their claims that the State Bar of Texas violated their constitutional rights by allegedly using bar dues for political speech.

U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel of Austin ordered that plaintiffs Tony McDonald, Josh Hammer and Mark Pulliam, who has an inactive license, take nothing from their lawsuit and also pay the costs for the Texas Bar, said the final judgment in McDonald v. Sorrels.

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