Warren Proposes Changes to Defense Department’s ‘Revolving Door’

On the same day Sen. Elizabeth Warren rolled out a new proposal aimed at curbing outsize corporate influence on the federal defense agenda, the 2020 presidential candidate hosted a town hall to promote her platform in Northern Virginia, a region where defense contractors dominate local industry.

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Warren Sticks Out in Democratic Candidate Forum

Elizabeth Warren’s parents were desperate. Her father had suffered a career-derailing heart attack, the family station wagon had been repossessed and Warren, then a middle-school student, felt the foreboding as she eavesdropped on her parents’ late night conversations about their mortgage.

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Mulvaney Takes Heat for Handling of Equifax Probe

Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget, continued to scale back regulatory efforts in the finance industry, so the Center for Responsible Lending held a media call Wednesday to address how Mulvaney’s actions within the Trump administration could affect regulation of the payday lending industry.

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