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Law Professors Give Opinions During House Judiciary Committee

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Law Professors Give Opinions During House Judiciary Committee

Law Professors Give Opinions During House Judiciary Committee

Natalie Brand reports on lawyers providing opinions during House Judiciary Committee hearing on impeachment (12-4-2019)


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