Jessica Levinson

Jessica Levinson

law professor at Loyola Law School

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Jessica Levinson is Professor of Election Law at Loyola Law School and President of the LA Ethics Commission. She blogs about the intersection of law and politics for KCET.org and the Huffington Post. Previously, she served as director of political reform at the Center for Governmental Studies, a nonprofit research organization that looks at ethics and campaign financing.

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The impeachment inquiry into President Trump continues today with a House Judiciary Committee hearing.

Evidence to support impeachment is brought before the House Judiciary Committee

The impeachment inquiry into President Trump continues today with a House Judiciary Committee hearing.

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House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler opened the next phase of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump today.

Three legal experts testify that Trump committed impeachable offenses, and a fourth says no

House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler opened the next phase of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump today.

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This week, the House impeachment inquiry into President Trump is moving to the House Judiciary Committee, which will eventually draft the formal articles of impeachment against Trump.

Impeachment inquiry moves to House Judiciary Committee. Why is that significant?

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