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April 28, 2014 11:44 AM

The Cabinet explanation that explains nothing

One of the stranger justifications I’ve heard for the bill and joint resolution that together would actually emasculate the attorney general is that legislators wanted to create a mechanism to allow criminal investigations when legislative committees uncover problems during hearings such as the ones the Senate has been holding into the Department of Social Services.

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