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Texas AG Ken Paxton impeached, suspended from duties; will face Senate trial » The House voted 121-23 to suspend the attorney general and refer him to the Senate for trial on charges of bribery, abuse of office and obstruction. It was the first such impeachment since 1975. Texastribune.org

Suspended Texas Attorney General Paxton won't testify at impeachment trial » Suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will not testify in his upcoming impeachment trial in the state Senate, his lawyer said late on Monday, indicating Paxton would fight efforts that may aim to compel a testimony from him. Reuters.com

Why Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's impeachment fight isn't finished yet » The Texas Legislature already made one historic move with the impeachment of Republican state Attorney General Ken Paxton. Another one is coming. The GOP-led House of Representatives on Saturday approved 20 articles of impeachment on sweeping allegations of wrongdoing that have trailed Paxton for years, including abuse of office and bribery. The vote immediately suspended the state’s top lawyer from office. But the intraparty political brawl in the nation’s largest conservative state is far from over. Next, Republican-controlled state Senate will hold a trial that will ultimately decide Paxton’s fate. It is scheduled to start no later than Aug. 28. Paxton’s allies are counting on victory there. Apnews.com

Here's what's going on with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's impeachment » Everything you need to know about the imperiled Republican's upcoming corruption trial. Nbcnews.com

Ken Paxton's attorney says the suspended Texas attorney general won't testify in impeachment trial | CNN Politics » Suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will not testify in his impeachment trial, according to his attorney, who called the proceeding a “sham” that would “encourage future kangaroo courts.” Cnn.com

UPDATED: Office of the Attorney General Releases Outside Law Firm’s Report Finding No Violations of the Law or Agency Procedure » The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) released a comprehensive report that unequivocally refutes incorrect testimony that was heard in the House General Investigating Committee. Texasattorneygeneral.gov

Texas AG Ken Paxton is back on job after acquittal but Republicans aren't done attacking each other » Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is back in office after winning acquittal on impeachment charges over accusations of corruption and bribery. Apnews.com

Ken Paxton Impeachment » Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been acquitted on 16 articles of impeachment, emerging victorious from another career scandal. He was accused of misusing the powers of his office to help his friend and donor Nate Paul, an Austin real estate investor who was under federal investigation. Paxton now returns, emboldened, to lead an institution that's vital to the conservative cause. The September 2023 impeachment trial escalated a Texas GOP civil war and his supporters have promised swift retribution against fellow Republicans. Texastribune.org

What to know about the impeachment trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton » The Texas Senate is holding impeachment proceedings against Attorney General Ken Paxton. The trial that began Tuesday will provide the first formal airing of corruption allegations that could lead Republican lawmakers to oust one of their own. Apnews.com

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton acquitted on all 16 articles of impeachment » Only two of 19 Republican Senators voted in favor of convicting for any article — a stark contrast to the more than 70% of House Republicans who impeached the attorney general in May. Texastribune.org

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