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Congressional Record » 7 hours ago… Administering the Oath to Senators: In conformance with Article I, section 3, clause 6 of the United States Constitution, and the Senate Rules on Impeachment, … Congress.gov

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Impeachment proceedings against Texas AG Ken Paxton underway » Paxton could be suspended from office over allegations of bribery, unfitness for office and abuse of public trust. Cbsnews.com

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton rejects pending house impeachment vote » Paxton said Republican leaders and Democrats in the House were going against voters who just elected him to a third term. Cbsnews.com

Texas Legislature 2023 » During the 88th Legislature’s regular session, lawmakers increased school safety funding, passed a law designed to shore up the state’s electrical grid and banned diversity, equity and inclusion offices at public universities. After two special legislative sessions, the GOP-controlled chambers agreed to an $18 billion tax cut for property owners. A third special session began Oct. 9 focusing on school vouchers and border issues. Learn how legislators write laws and which elected officials represent you. Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get all the latest session news. Texastribune.org

Texas senators acquit Attorney General Ken Paxton on all articles of impeachment » Senators voted to acquit Paxton on all articles, which means the suspended attorney general will be returned to office. Cbsnews.com

“The Senate Got Played”: Drew Springer Explains His Call to Reopen Ken Paxton’s Impeachment » The state senator voted to acquit the attorney general in September but has asked Dan Patrick if there is a way to open new proceedings. Texasmonthly.com

Key events that led to Attorney General Ken Paxton's impeachment » Paxton is only the third Texas official, and second statewide, to be impeached. And the road to this point has been complicated. Cbsnews.com

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