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The report says the attorney general's office requested email, text messages and other communication from the lieutenant governor's office, the state Senate and the Mississippi Department of Transportation about the road project. Reeves responded that "no written documents" had been found. Reeves also said he had no legal obligation to provide that information, and he did not give it to the attorney general's office. Photo by Amile Wilson

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