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Himes Looks Back At 2 Weeks Of Impeachment Hearings And What's Next

The House Intelligence Committee appears ready to compile its report on the impeachment inquiry after two weeks of public testimony. That’s despite the fact that several key witnesses who were subpoenaed to appear have declined to give evidence. Joining us to look back at the drama of the sessions to date, and to look forward to what’s to come is Rep. Jim Himes from Connecticut’s 4th District, who’s had the opportunity to question all of the witnesses so far.

Diane Orson is a special correspondent with Connecticut Public. She is a longtime reporter and contributor to National Public Radio. Her stories have been heard on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Weekend Edition and Here And Now. Diane spent seven years as CT Public Radio's local host for Morning Edition.

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