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What You Missed While Congress Was Busy Impeaching
The legal news never stops, and it certainly wasn’t going to go on hiatus just because the Senate was holding an impeachment trial. Feel like you’ve missed some big court news while the president went on trial? Here’s a look at some of the headlines that may have fallen off your radar during impeachment.
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