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The House voted to table Representative Al Green’s impeachment resolution. Plus: The economist Raj Chetty wants to “revive the American dream”—with an idea to change America itself.
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What We’re Following Today

It’s Wednesday, July 17.

‣ The House voted to table Representative Al Green’s impeachment resolution, killing the measure.

Here’s what else we’re watching:

Last night Democrats writes Todd Purdum: “his ability, through his own relentless uncouth behavior, to goad others into actions that leave them subject to criticism as well.”

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