Attorney General Accused of Playing Politics in Voter Registration Case


The board that runs elections in Wisconsin has asked the Governor’s office to appoint a special counsel to defend the board against a lawsuit by Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen.The move came on a day when Van Hollen’s critics accused him of doing the Republican Party’s bidding and suggested he should excuse himself from the case.Shawn Johnson reports…

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