FILE - This Jan. 7, 2013, file photo shows Utah Attorney General John Swallow, left, being sworn in by Chief Justice Matthew B. Durrant, right, while his wife Suzanne Seader watches at the Utah Sate Capitol Rotunda, in Salt Lake City. Swallow, who was sworn into office last Monday, strongly denies the allegations and maintains he only offered to connect Johnson with a lobbying firm. Swallow, a Republican, said he told Johnson he would not interfere with the FTC investigation or advocate for Johnson to the U.S. attorney. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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FILE - This Jan. 7, 2013, file photo shows Utah Attorney General John Swallow, left, being sworn in by Chief Justice Matthew B. Durrant, right, while his wife Suzanne Seader watches at the Utah Sate Capitol Rotunda, in Salt Lake City. Swallow, who was sworn into office last Monday, strongly denies the allegations and maintains he only offered to connect Johnson with a lobbying firm. Swallow, a Republican, said he told Johnson he would not interfere with the FTC investigation or advocate for Johnson to the U.S. attorney. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
FILE - This Jan. 7, 2013, file photo shows Utah Attorney General John Swallow, left, being sworn in by Chief Justice Matthew B. Durrant, right, while his wife Suzanne Seader watches at the Utah Sate Capitol Rotunda, in Salt Lake City. Swallow, who was sworn into office last Monday, strongly denies the allegations and maintains he only offered to connect Johnson with a lobbying firm. Swallow, a Republican, said he told Johnson he would not interfere with the FTC investigation or advocate for Johnson to the U.S. attorney. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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