Warren Releases $1.5 Trillion Plan to Address 'Environmental Racism'

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Warren Calls on DHS to Allow Transgender Migrants Immediate Entry Into U.S.
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Senators Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Tammy Baldwin (D., Wisc.) sent a letter on Thursday to the Department of Homeland Security urging the agency to allow transgender migrants to remain in the U.S. while their asylum cases are processed, rather than being returned to Mexico in accordance with current policy.Under the recently-introduced Migrant Protection Protocols, the Trump administration requires that asylum-seekers who arrive at the southern border remain in Mexico while their claims are processed through DHS and ICE."We…call for DHS to use its discretion to release members of vulnerable populations, including transgender detainees," Warren and Baldwin wrote in a letter...

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Warren Says She'll Release a 'Plan' to Fund Medicare for All after Dodging the Issue during Debate

After facing heavy criticism from fellow candidates during the last Democratic debate for evading questions about funding her Medicare for All proposal, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) announced Sunday at an event in Iowa that she was "getting close" to a funding plan after "working for a long time on this question.""I plan over the next few weeks to put out a plan that talks about specifically the cost of Medicare for All, and specifically how we pay for it," Warren said. "Right now, the cost estimates for Medicare for All vary by trillions and trillions of dollars, and the different revenue streams for how to fund it - there are a lot of them. So this is something I've been working...

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Expanding the 'Squad:' U.S. liberals challenge moderate Democrats to move party left

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It's Warren, Sanders or Biden vs Trump - all the other Democrats are irrelevant

We need to hear how the frontrunners for the nomination would win a dirty election and we need focused debates - nowBernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren before the debate in Ohio. Photograph: Brian Cahn/ZUMA Wire/REX/ShutterstockThe Democratic nominee in 2020 will be Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders. Everyone else is irrelevant.Don't get me wrong. The entire field is impressive. Every candidate in last week's debate would make a far better president than the current inhabitant of the Oval Office.But let's get real. Biden, Warren, and Sanders each continue to garner around 20% in the polls while all others are in the single-digit doldrums. The frontrunners also have...

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