Angus King

Senator

Independent senator from Maine

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Senator Angus King, independent senator from Maine, joins Josh Barro and the Left, Right & Center panel to talk about the impact of moderates on major legislation.

Left, Right & Center & Independent

Senator Angus King, independent senator from Maine, joins Josh Barro and the Left, Right & Center panel to talk about the impact of moderates on major legislation.

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