One in four Massachusetts residents knows someone who has died from an opioid overdose. Think about that: one in four. Picture all those empty seats at all those dinner tables. I don’t think there’s a single family in our Commonwealth that hasn’t been touched by this epidemic in some way. But even as states and … Continued
Elizabeth on the Issues
We believe in leveling the playing field so all of our kids have a fighting chance to succeed.
Nevertheless, We Persist.
Last year, the Republicans in Congress sold snake oil to the American people. They introduced a tax bill that made the same promise we’ve been hearing for 30 years: “Cut taxes for billionaires and giant corporations, and those savings will trickle down into the paychecks of their employees.” Just because you say something over and … Continued
Elizabeth Warren grew up in a family hanging on by their fingernails to their place in the middle class. As a law professor, she became one of the nation’s top experts on bankruptcy and the financial pressures facing working families.
After the 2008 financial crisis, Elizabeth fought to protect taxpayers and hold Wall Street accountable. She is widely credited with the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – a new agency to get the tricks and traps out mortgages, credit cards, and other financial products.