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If you're at @YaleMed this Weds. Nov. 20, go hear Professor John Hughes speak on the ethics of healthcare financing at 5pm in the Cohen auditorium

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This framing really is problematic and is emblematic of a deep need for a reset in political reporting. An impeachment inquiry is not a game nor is it entertainment. It is a very serious matter with severe consequences for our democratic republic.

Jeff Mason on Twitter

“Consequential, but dull: Trump impeachment hearings begin without a bang”

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