"The public deserves to know what this AG, and the other AGs cooperating with him, agreed to when it came to targeting their political opponents, and that's why we sought the Common Interest Agreement in the first place," Mr. Kazman said.
"Whenever you have claims of fraud being tossed around in a policy debate, what's going on is not consumer protection but an attempt at censorship, wholesale censorship," Mr. Kazman said. "I think they [Democrats] have their eyes on appealing to certain constituencies. It's not all that far a jump to call for the shutting down of the debate in order to get votes during the election."
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