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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM.  

What Everyone Has to Say In That Texas Lawsuit

Pretty much everyone with (credible) legal expertise has agreed that the attempted Texas lawsuit at the U.S. Supreme Court trying to overturn election results isn’t going to work. But that hasn’t stopped the briefs from piling up on the docket. Here’s an overview of (most) of the briefs filed so far, and the attorneys behind the work.

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