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Dan Patrick appoints new counsel to help him preside over Ken Paxton's impeachment trial

  • Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has appointed Justice Lana Myers to assist him in presiding over the impeachment trial of Attorney General Ken Paxton. This comes after his initial appointment, Justice Marc Brown, declined due to a donation he made to Paxton's challenger's campaign.
  • Patrick's rulings during the trial could have significant political ramifications, potentially angering conservative activists if Paxton is convicted or causing backlash from voters if Paxton is acquitted.
  • The trial will highlight differences between the House and Senate, with Patrick being critical of House Speaker Dade Phelan.
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