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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with A.E. Dick Howard, a drafter of Virginia's current constitution, about the state's impeachment policies, and how and why an elected official could be impeached.

Virginia’s Political Crisis Has Led To A Review Of The State’s Impeachment Policies

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