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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is now standing trial. This isn’t a trial in a normal court system, though. It’s an impeachment trial, brought by his own party. His fate will be decided by a jury of 31 senators. The Republican-controlled Texas House of Representatives voted to have him removed from office in a narrow vote of 121 to 123. His accusations include taking bribes, and using his office to help a donor. If he’s convicted on any of the 20 articles brought against him, he’ll then face a second vote to block him from holding any public office ever…

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