Here's how much Texas spent trying to overturn presidential election results
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FORT WORTH, Texas — Two attorneys who assisted Texas with its lawsuit challenging the presidential election results in four battleground states appear to have done the work free of charge. Washington, D.C., attorneys Lawrence Joseph and Kurt Olsen were appointed by the Attorney General's Office to help Texas with the case seeking to overturn the presidential election results in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in the U.S. Supreme Court, according to letters obtained by the Star-Telegram through an open records request. The court did not accept the case. Attorney General Ken Paxton...