The Massachusetts Democrat vocalized concerns that the Supreme Court is being captured by corporate special interest groups during a speech at the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy National Convention.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) asked her colleagues Wednesday to oppose Michael Froman, President Barack Obama's pick for US Trade Representative, charging that he is not committed to giving the American public information about a sweeping...Show More Summary
IN AN extraordinary show of independence by Senator Elizabeth Warren, she has moved to oppose President Obama’s pick for U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman. SEN. WARREN’S FLOOR SPEECH IN OPPOSITION TO MICHAEL FROMAN’S NOMINATION FOR U.S. Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, said Wednesday she will vote against President Barack Obama’s nominee for U.S. trade representative.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) brought renewed attention to the critical battle over nominees to the federal courts Thursday evening, in remarks that blasted the “corporate capture” of the federal courts, and called on those concerned with the political system to care as much about the make-up of the courts as of the legislature. Observing courts’ [...]
Investing in our young people has worked before and can work again; and if Congress orders the Fed to fund this investment in our collective futures by "quantitative easing," it need cost the taxpayers nothing at all.
On July 1, interest rates will double for millions of students ? from 3.4% to 6.8% ? unless Congress acts; and the legislative fixes on the table are largely just compromises. Only one proposal promises real relief ? Sen. Elizabeth Warren?s...Show More Summary
Why Elizabeth Warren is wrong about them [Prof. Bainbridge] Tweet Tags: securities litigation Dual-class shareholder arrangements is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
The Trans-Pacific trade agreement is a truly vile agreement. I dare anyone to read it and stay an unquestioning Obama booster: WASHINGTON -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Thursday sent a letter to President Barack Obama's nominee to head U.S. Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Corporate interests are increasingly winning their day in court, Sen. Elizabeth Warren told the American Constitution Society in a speech Thursday, and it's getting worse. Here in Washington, power is not balanced,” Warren said on the opening day of the 2013 ACS Convention. Show More Summary
Sen. Warren continues to hit all the right progressive notes. I'm very happy to hear Sen. Warren take on this issue, because it's extremely important - and key to building a progressive nation. It's been very frustrating to me that Obama did not make filling the bench a priority, and I hope she lights a fire under him: Sen. Show More Summary
By Ellen Brown, Web of Debt Only one proposal promises relief for millions of students whose loan interest rates will double from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent this July—Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s “Bank on Students Loan Fairness Act.”
It would appear that new Senator Elizabeth Warren is on the side of transparency when it comes the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. Sometimes it feels like Senator Wyden is the only one who cares about this issue, so it would be nice to have someone else step in as well. Show More Summary
Senator Elizabeth Warren has written an open letter to Michael Froma, the nominee to run the US Trade Representative's office, calling on him to release the text and negotiating documents for the secretive, controversial Trans Pacific...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren continues to fight for government transparency. This time, she's taking on the U.S. Trade Representative’s office: President Barack Obama’s administration should release documents the U.S. and 10 other Pacific-region...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic Senator and Wall Street critic Elizabeth Warren is urging federal regulators to "show some backbone" and stick to their proposal for how new derivatives rules will apply to foreign banks who do business with U.S. compa...
And yet the government seems unwilling or unable to remedy the situation. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Tags: Barack Obama, Elizabeth Warren, Federal Government, John Kline, Kirsten E. Show More Summary
I like Elizabeth Warren, but I was shocked to see this commentary from her: Commentary: FHFA’s Senseless Arm’s-Length Policy on Short Sales (ht jb). Warren argued for having the FHA allow short sales to family members and friends so the owner can stay in the home. Apparently Ms. Show More Summary
Ed Markey and Elizabeth Warren on the stump There are a lot of questions that Massachusetts Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez just hasn't gotten around to answering. With the second debate of the race happening Tuesday night, Ed Markey's...Show More Summary
It's been 50 years since President John Fitzgerald Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, a law that called for equal pay for equal work. Today, women today still earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. On Monday, in an op-ed in Massachusetts' Springfield Republican, Sen. Show More Summary