What Mattered Today: September 12, 2019

Today, the Trump administration proposed weakening protections for U.S. waterways, the House Judiciary committee outlined impeachment rules, and the El Paso shooter was indicted on capital murder charges. Plus, the DOJ authorized prosecution of ex-FBI Director Andrew McCabe, 145 CEOs called on the government to act on gun violence, and Saturday Night Live hired three new cast members. Catch up on these headlines and more.

What Mattered Today: September 12, 2019

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