Jeffrey Hess

KVPR Valley Public Radio

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Jeffrey Hess is the local host of Morning Edition at KVPR Valley Public Radio in Fresno, California.

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Does California Republican Devin Nunes have a future after recusing himself- temporarily- as chair of the House Intelligence Committee over questions of ethics violations?

Political upheaval for California Congressman Devin Nunes?

Does California Republican Devin Nunes have a future after recusing himself- temporarily- as chair of the House Intelligence Committee over questions of ethics violations?

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