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Democratic Sen. Carl Levin is retiring at the end of his term, freeing up a Senate seat in Rep. Mike Rogers's home state of Michigan. Rogers is contemplating a run.
"It's a tough decision," said Rogers. Rogers is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, which he says comes with a huge responsibility, and important work that has an impact.
"I need to decide is it more impactful to stay and do that as chairman, or to kind of pull out of that and run for Senate," said Rogers.
Rogers added in the meantime, he is talking through the decision with his family. The Republican congressman said he will make a decision "in the near future."
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