Travis County taxpayers are on the hook for more bills stemming from the April drunken driving arrest of District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg.
The county is responsible for paying the pair of special prosecutors examining whether Lehmberg’s post-arrest behavior constituted obstruction, and whether Gov. Rick Perry broke any law when he threatened to veto funding for the DA’s Public Integrity Unit unless Lehmberg resigned.
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