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West Virginia House panel clears bill about AG conflicts

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A legislative committee has cleared stiffer conflict-of-interest standards for West Virginia's attorney general, who called the action politically motivated. The House Judiciary Committee voted 13-7 in favor of a bill that would prohibit the attorney general from overseeing cases involving any company that donated money to his election campaign or from which the...

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