Kamala talks about going after Joe Biden during the last democratic debate, Donald Trump siding with dictators over the United States intelligence community, his obsession with the four democratic congresswomen, his abuse of power, the vote to provide 9/11 first responders with benefits, Medicare for all, pharmaceutical companies charging way too much for prescription drugs, political polls, and she reveals what she’ll do if she becomes president
Elizabeth Warren has a plan for that. And that. And that as well. On Wednesday, the Massachusetts senator unveiled the 12th major policy proposal of her presidential run, a $100bn plan to combat the opioid crisis.
Warren’s reputation as the ideas generator has gained widespread attention. But she is not the only candidate for the Democratic nomination who has white papers to flaunt.
In the last few days, Bernie Sanders has rolled out a package of proposals to “rebuild rural America” and released legislation to cap credit card interest rates at 15%. Kamala Harris has come out with a bill to financially assist public defenders. Cory Booker has proposed sweeping reforms to the nation’s gun laws. Kirsten Gillibrand has vowed to only nominate supreme court justices who would uphold Roe v Wade. Amy Klobuchar has laid out a $100bn plan to combat drug and alcohol addiction and improve mental healthcare.