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Archive: November 2, 2017

Currently U.S. presidents have broad pardoning power, but Rep. Steve Cohen, R-Tenn., is among those who would like to limit that power. (PaulLocke/flickr)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Democrat Steve Cohen, who represents Memphis in the U.S. House, wants Congress to take steps to limit the presidential pardoning authority. Cohen introduced a constitutional amendment this week after it was revealed that two Trump campaign aides would face indictment in the speci ...Read More

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