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Livingston files ethics complaint against Blanc over alleged petition doctoring (access required)

A Republican lawmaker wants Democratic Rep. Isela Blanc investigated by the House Ethics Committee, citing allegations that petition sheets she gathered to block an expansion of school vouchers were doctored.

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