A duo of GOP lawmakers recently filed two identical bills in the Texas Legislature, seeking to chastise district attorneys who are failing to enforce state law.

Under HB 1350 filed by State Rep. David Cook and SB 378 from State Senator Tan Parker, Texas attorneys general would be allowed to sue the DAs for failing to comply with the law.

Cook emphasized that legislation would curb the district attorneys who are prioritizing their personal politics in the process of criminal case evaluation, referring to those pledging not to prosecute certain cannabis crimes or abortion cases, reported CBS DFW.

If proven guilty in a jury trial, they would no longer remain in office and face up to a $1,500 civil penalty for the first violation. For the second and each additional offense, those found guilty would have to …

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