News Roundup: Charges Coming in McCotter's Failed Bid To Get on Ballot
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Michigan's attorney general is set to announce criminal charges Thursday stemming from an investigation of allegedly fraudulent petitions submitted in the failed attempt to qualify former Rep. Thad McCotter for the ballot, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino magnate and one of the country's biggest Republican donors, filed a $60 million libel lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday against a Democratic group he said had falsely accused him of condoning prostitution in his Macau properties, The New York Times reports.