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Massachusetts Delegation Has Played Key Role In Impeachment Hearings06:39
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Rep. Katherine Clark, pictured after a House Democratic Caucus meeting on Capitol Hill last year, says Republicans are "playing a very dangerous game with Americans' lives." (Andrew Harnik/AP)
Rep. Katherine Clark, pictured after a House Democratic Caucus meeting on Capitol Hill last year, says Republicans are "playing a very dangerous game with Americans' lives." (Andrew Harnik/AP)
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As the U.S. House has moved toward Wednesday's vote, two Massachusetts representatives have been highly visible.

Congressman Katherine Clark is a member of the House Leadership Committee and Rep. Jim McGovern chaired Tuesday's long and contentious meeting of the Rules Committee, which set the terms for the debate.

To discuss the Massachusetts delegation's role in impeachment, WBUR's senior correspondent in Washington Kimberly Atkins joined Morning Edition host Bob Oakes.

This segment aired on December 18, 2019.

Kimberly Atkins Twitter Senior News Correspondent
Kimberly Atkins is a senior news correspondent for WBUR, covering national political news from Washington, D.C., with a New England focus.

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