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An appeals court in Texas upheld a ruling against former mayoral candidate Anthony Buzbee in a case in which he claimed billboards featuring his incumbent opponent were campaign propaganda “under the guise of a public safety message.”

HOUSTON — An appeals court in Texas upheld a ruling against former mayoral candidate Anthony Buzbee in a case in which he claimed billboards featuring his incumbent opponent were campaign propaganda “under the guise of a public safety message.” 

Categories / Appeals, Media, Politics

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