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Also in this week's political newsletter: how Rep. Katherine Clark views the impeachment hearings.
Plus: Rep. Ayanna Pressley calls for a criminal justice overhaul.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley said her main goal is ensuring that articles of impeachment are carefully considered and backed by facts.
Plus: As House Democrats move to codify the impeachment inquiry, as a Massachusetts congressman seeks the top spot on a key committee.
“In our important work for the people, the House Democrats will continue to investigate, litigate — and to legislate,” said Rep. Katherine Clark.
Also in this week's politics newsletter: endorsements -- or lack therof.
Also in this week's newsletter: As Warren eschews big donors (for herself), she woos South Carolina voters with a student loan plan.
Plus in this week's political newsletter: Might Rep. Richard Neal reveal another whistleblower?
Sen. Ed Markey’s campaign released a video hitting Rep. Joe Kennedy III for his No Corporate PAC pledge, despite the Newton congressman’s past acceptance of donations from corporate campaign committees.
Plus, in our latest weekly newsletter: Pressley presses a Kavanaugh probe, and Warren questions the Equifax settlement.
In this week's issue of Boston to The Beltway: Congress is back, immigration officials are mum, Democratic 2020 hopefuls are ready to rumble, and endorsements are flying for a race...
The vice president's trip this week to meet with Irish leaders in Dublin included a stay at the Trump International Hotel in Doonbeg, some 175 miles away.