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Before about four dozen party loyalists, the Republican nominee for attorney general promised to establish an active and independent public corruption unit if elected.
Todd P’Pool of Madisonville told the Hardin County Republican Women’s Club and guests Tuesday that he would "shine the light of truth on corruption in government, regardless of party."
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