Episode 56: Takeaways from the January 6th Select Committee's Public Hearings


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The January 6th Select Committee held five public hearings in three weeks. Even for folks who are immersed in this, these hearings have provided a lot of information to process. Jeanne Hruska speaks with Barbara McQuade, professor at Michigan Law School and former U.S. Attorney, about the biggest takeaways from the hearings, the recent law enforcement activity seemingly connected to the Committee's findings, and what we might expect next from this Committee whose investigation is ongoing.

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Today's Host: Jeanne Hruska, ACS Sr Advisor for Communications and Strategy

Guest: Barbara McQuade, Professor at Michigan Law School and former-U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan

Link: The January 6th Select Committee

Link: "January 6 hearings Day 5 focus on DOJ's 'big lie' last stand," by Barbara McQuade

Link: "The Jan. 6 hearings spotlight Congress. But witnesses are the real stars," by Joyce Vance and Barbara McQuade

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