Impeachment Inquiry Moves Forward; Supreme Court To Decide Whether To Advance Gun Case

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House Democrats have fast-tracked the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.  Some are pushing for the process to be wrapped by Thanksgiving.  Subpoenas are going out--including to the president's personal attorney, Rudy Guiliani.  We'll discuss the historical significance of the inquiry and the political stakes for both parties and the president.  Later, the Supreme Court will decide whether to move ahead with a Second Amendment case, the first gun rights case to make it to the high court in more than a decade. With the court's new makeup, gun control advocates, who argue the case is now moot, fear a ruling could make gun restrictions more difficult.     Finally, our weekly Statehouse update.


Tom Sutton, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Director, Community Research Institute, Baldwin Wallace University  
Henry Gomez, National Political Reporter, BuzzFeed News 
Matt Richmond,  Ideastream, Reporter Guns & America  
Jonathan Entin, Professor Emeritus of Law and Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University   
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV 

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