Internecine warfare always increases the risk of having an organization's dirty laundry aired before the public.
The Texas attorney general's office has launched an exhaustive investigation of the Alamo and the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.
The Daughters, the caretakers of the state-owned battle site, have three weeks to gather a list of documents, including e-mails, financial audits, engineering reports and even records on vending machine sales.
If the Daughters fail to comply with the state's request, they forfeit their right to do business in Texas.
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