Joseph Hugh Allen
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Joseph Hugh Allen

Politician
Male
Born Jan 27, 1940
Hometown City of Baytown
Died May 24, 2008
Death Place City of Baytown

Joseph Hugh Allen was a Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives from the industrial city of Baytown, who fought for ethics reform. He was among the bipartisan "Dirty Thirty" lawmakers who in 1971 pushed for the ouster of Speaker Gus Mutscher of Brenham in Washington County, who was subsequently convicted of accepting bribes in exchange for the passage of banking legislation in what is known as the Sharpstown scandal.… Read More

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1940 Birth Born on January 27, 1940.

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2008 68 Years Old Died on May 24, 2008.
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