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Dems have "new information" on Pryor

The Mobile Register reports:

A Democratic investigation has turned up "new information" that raises fresh concerns about Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor's fund-raising work for a Republican party organization, U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., said on the Senate floor Wednesday.

Not only does that information cast doubt on Pryor's candidness in earlier testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Kennedy said, but it indicates that "his statements may have been intended to obscure facts that would raise extremely serious ethical or legal questions about" his activities.

Do you suppose this information could be related to the RAGA campaign fundraising I mentioned?