“Where we see corruption and can make a case against it, we’re being aggressive,” Attorney General Josh Hawley says. Missouri Democrats contend there’s no evidence that Hawley took any steps to create a public corruption unit until after they began asking questions about the unit’s existence in July.
“Where we see corruption and can make a case against it, we’re being aggressive,” Attorney General Josh Hawley says. Missouri Democrats contend there’s no evidence that Hawley took any steps to create a public corruption unit until after they began asking questions about the unit’s existence in July. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
“Where we see corruption and can make a case against it, we’re being aggressive,” Attorney General Josh Hawley says. Missouri Democrats contend there’s no evidence that Hawley took any steps to create a public corruption unit until after they began asking questions about the unit’s existence in July. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

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