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Elizabeth Warren Suggests She’d Repeal the ’94 Crime Bill

WorldNews Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Elizabeth Warren Suggests She’d Repeal the ’94 Crime BillSen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) suggested in an interview Tuesday evening that she would seek the repeal of the 1994 crime bill—a historic though highly controversial measure tied closely to one of her closest competitors for the Democratic presidential nomination. It “needs to be changed, needs to be rolled back, needs to be repealed.” Warren said of the law, which has become widely bemoaned by criminal justice reform advocates for its tough-on-crime measures, harsh sentencing guidelines, and general encouragement of the war on drugs. The Massachusetts Democrat made the announcement during a candidate...
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Warren reaffirms vow to fight corruption in Washington 02:31

Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren on Saturday at the Iowa State Fair reaffirmed her promise to fight corruption in Washington, saying she had the 'biggest anti-corruption plan since Watergate'. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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