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Closing arguments have begun and the impeachment trial of President Trump after an unexpected twist delayed the conclusion of the Senate impeachment trial. Five Senate Republicans joining Democrats and vote to consider hearing witnesses. But the Senate, then voting instead of allowing witnesses to enter a statement by a Congress woman into the record. Republican representative Jamie Herrera. Butler is part of the group of House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Trump Butler became the center of Saturday's impeachment proceedings when lead Democratic House trial manner. Sure, Jamie Raskin opened with this. We would like the opportunity to subpoena Congresswoman Herrera regarding her communications with House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy and to subpoena her contemporaneous notes. That she made regarding what President Trump told Kevin McCarthy in the middle of the insurrection. ABC is legal analysts Kate Shaw says. There's still a lot of unanswered questions. There. Was that really important question from senators, Collins and Brickowski know about sort of what the president knew and what he did during the siege itself. And the president's lawyers really didn't answer that question. Michelle Franzen ABC NEWS federal health officials releasing guidelines for getting students back in the classroom color coding schools, according to Corona virus transmission rates in their communities, We get more from a B C's Alex Parrish, a for schools and red zones, hybrid, or virtual learning is encouraged while the blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction. Masks and social distancing or urge for all zones, so his diagnostic testing the CDC also saying teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, But it's not required to reopen schools. The Biden administration plans to open 100 vaccination sites by the end of the month. Only minor injuries reported after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit off the coast of northeastern Japan. Today. It shook Fukushima no reports of radiation leaking from the nuclear plant there. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk California Teachers Association says now.

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