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As Andrew Bailey entered state government, Missouri's top lawyer wiped own record clean

Posted on AllSides June 19th, 2024
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JEFFERSON CITY — Attorney General Andrew Bailey, who is trying to reel in voters in his quest for a full, four-year term, received two citations for violating Missouri conservation laws more than two decades ago. But, through Missouri’s expungement statutes, the Republican appointee essentially is off the hook for his past deeds after he was able to clear his record when he went to work for the state Department of Corrections in 2018, the Post-Dispatch has learned. The expungements cover two incidents in which Bailey was fishing, his campaign said....

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