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L.A. Rep. Adam Schiff on Covid Relief and Russia's Latest Hack

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House impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff speaks during impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in the Senate. (Senate Television via Getty Images)

Congressional leaders have reached an agreement on a $900 billion COVID-19 relief package, and vaccination efforts are underway across the country–both of which might relieve a California besieged by surging COVID-19 cases and severe ICU shortages. We check in with Los Angeles Congressman Adam Schiff about how Southern California is handling COVID-19 cases and the potential impacts of the relief bill on Californians. We’ll also hear about the government’s response to the recent cyberattack on federal agencies thought to be Russian-led.


Adam Schiff , U.S. Congressman (D-Los Angeles)


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