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Plus: Warren's crucial campaign stretch and Weld comes home for Super Tuesday
Plus, add up all the dollars a PAC spent on a N.H. ad for Deval Patrick and divide that by each of the votes he got and you've got the...
Author Michael Tougias joins us on his new book for young readers, "Into The Blizzard: Heroism At Sea During The Great Blizzard of 1978."
Also: Warren drops gun reform bill; questions swirl on Romney's impeachment drink of choice.
Also: A new WBUR poll offers interesting tidbits on age and gender for 2020 N.H. voters.
Also, inside Pressley's private struggle with alopecia; Warren and Markey push for return of two Mass. residents held in China.
Plus, to hold or not hold the articles of impeachment.
Plus, why Sen. Markey is now banned from traveling to the Philippines.
Plus, a bipartisan bill Sen. Markey is calling an early holiday gift to Americans.
Plus, this week I chased lawmakers to ask them about impeachment, healthcare, military funding and more.
Plus, how the Democrats are stepping up their messaging machine.
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?