When I was 12, my daddy had a heart attack. All three of my brothers were off in the military, and Daddy was out of work for a long time. We lost our family station wagon, and we were about an inch away from losing our home. One day, I walked into my mother’s room and found her crying. She said, “We are not going to lose this house.” She wiped her eyes, blew her nose, and pulled on her best...
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This week my oldest granddaughter O turned 16. I'm in deep denial (sort of like a Senate Republican denying climate change). O has transformed from being Gammy's best tickle-buddy to a smart, kind young woman who still has a great laugh. I suit up and head into the Senate to fight for a better future for O — and her little brother and sister — and for all of our kids and grandkids. Happy...
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I had the pleasure of meeting former acting Attorney General Sally Yates two weeks ago when she received the Mary Church Terrell Freedom and Justice Award from the Detroit NAACP. I thanked her for her courage to stand up to the Trump Administration and for her commitment to protecting civil rights - and I thank her again today.
I had the pleasure of meeting former acting Attorney General Sally Yates
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Today is your last chance to order “Nevertheless, She Persisted” gifts for the women in your life before our Mother’s Day shipping deadline tonight! Your support helps our 2018 re-election campaign in Massachusetts, so please get your orders in today. [ Elizabethwarren.com Link ]
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Watch Jimmy’s powerful story about his baby boy. Jimmy is right: no parent should have to decide if they can afford to save their child’s life. Those in Congress who hold the fate of America’s health care in their hands this week should remember that repealing the Affordable Care Act isn’t football. Millions of lives are on the line – people with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, ALS, diabetes,...
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Like many families, Bruce and I love watching a little TV to unwind before we go to bed. (We just finished “Big Little Lies” – LOVED it!) But these terrific shows wouldn’t be possible without the brilliant writers who help make our favorite characters come to life and create the behind-the-scenes magic. Screenwriting isn’t as glamorous as it sounds – the majority of writers scrape together...
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AP Explains: What Will a Hollywood Writers' Strike Mean?

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William Mann
It’s hard to believe that Donald Trump has only been in office for 100 days. (I think 2017 is happening in dog years.) Trump’s first 100 days aren’t about accomplishments. They’re about how much he’s trying to destroy. We’ve lost some fights, but we’ve also won some fights—and we’re getting stronger.
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When people talk to me about how broken Washington is, I really can’t argue with them. It’s a mess, and sometimes I leave work at night so frustrated I want to spit. But by my side – on the good days and bad days and everything in between – is my sweetie Bruce. Today is Bruce’s birthday, and he hates anyone making a fuss over him. But the whole world should know that Bruce is the very best. I...
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Budgets aren't just about dollars and cents. Budgets are about our values. Budgets are about people like Mike from Douglas, Massachusetts - who is fighting for medical research at the same time he's fighting Alzheimer's. Last month, President Trump proposed a 20% cut to the budget of the already-underfunded NIH. That's not how we'll build a future for Mike or anyone else. Watch as I tell...
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Detroit has the largest NAACP branch in the country - and Sunday night, I spoke at their 62nd annual Fight for Freedom Fund dinner, which honored former acting Attorney General Sally Yates, my dear friend Maxine Waters, and many people who are doing powerfully important work for Detroit. I told the 10,000 people there that systemic racism has restricted opportunity in America - period. If we...
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Golden parachutes are wrong for predators on Wall Street, and they're wrong for predators at Fox News.
Golden parachutes are wrong for predators on Wall Street and theyre wrong

Bill O'Reilly payout will be tens of millions of dollars, sources say

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Diane Butler
It's time that Congress listen to the majority of Americans and have a serious conversation about rescheduling marijuana. We need to take the lead of states that have taken a common-sense public health and safety approach to regulating marijuana that makes good use of our resources, allows us to conduct research on this drug, and ensures our drug enforcement policies are focused on dangerous...
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Its time that Congress listen to the majority of Americans and have

Marijuana legalization support at all-time high

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Last night I had a terrific time talking with Jimmy Fallon about why we need to be in this fight.
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Tonight I'll be making my The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon debut. Set your DVRs and tune in!
Tonight Ill be making my The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon debut
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Fight like a girl.
Fight like a girl
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Ever wonder why filling out your taxes is such a complicated mess? In 1998, a Republican Congress passed an IRS reform bill that mandated a "return-free" system to simplify the tax filing process for people with simple tax situations. Instead, the IRS handed over control of the tax filing process to private companies.

I've reintroduced my Tax Filing Simplification Act to direct the IRS...
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U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey to push tax filing simplification bill

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America used to be a country that invested in opportunity for everyone. But now America’s middle class is on the ropes – and Donald Trump is ready to land the knock-out punch. If ever there was a time to fight, this is it – and one of the ways I’ve always fought back is writing about it. Today my newest book hits the bookstores: This Fight is Our Fight. Learn more and pick up your copy to join...
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Richard Pullman
Happy Election Day to the Georgia 6th! If you live in the district and haven't voted already, I hope you'll go cast your vote for Jon Ossoff. Donald Trump and the Republican Party are in a panic that Georgia could pick a representative who fights fight working people - not the rich and powerful.

If you've already voted for Jon Ossoff, there's no harm in double-checking that your family,...
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What is Donald Trump hiding in his taxes? Ties to Russia? Favors to banks? Business deals that make big bucks whenever he issues an order? With national security and economic stability hanging in the balance, the President shouldn't be keeping his business deals secret. It's time for Donald Trump to release his taxes.
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48 million Americans have hearing loss in at least one ear, but only 14% of them use a hearing aid. A big reason? Hearing aids are expensive. Outdated FDA regulations have allowed a small number of legacy hearing aid manufacturers to limit the hearing aid choices available. That also drives up costs — and because Medicare and most private insurance plans don’t cover them, a single hearing aid...
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Bipartisan bill would make hearing aids cheaper and more accessible, but some doctors object - The Boston Globe

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