Elizabeth Warren

If Amazon paid just 15% of its profits in taxes, it would have owed an extra $836 million in 2020 alone. That's $836 million in revenue that could be used to invest in child care, housing, health care & more. We must pass the #CorporateProfitsMinimumTax .

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I remember watching in real-time as then-Sen. Obama delivered this stirring and eloquent defense of the Senate filibuster in 2005, when Democrats were in the minority in the Senate: about 15 years before he begin maligning the filibuster as a "relic of Jim Crow."

BREAKING: President Trump calls reports of fighting between him and Gov. Ron DeSantis “Totally Fake News

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A female rhino was killed in Assam's Kaziranga National Park in the first case of rhino poaching this year #Assam  #Rhino  #News  #India  @hemantakrnath ) Read more:

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#TBT to this day one year ago, when Nadine and I watched as @PresElectB @SenKamalaHarrisiden and inherited an America with a weakened democracy following the January 6th insurrection, a tarnished reputation in the global arena, and a nation still reeling from an unprecedented pandemic.

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In one year in office, Joe Biden’s reckless spending has us facing the highest inflation in 40 years, our adversaries have become emboldened, and the border is being over-run. President Biden has failed America.

A year ago yesterday, as I walked into the Capitol in the morning —>

Biden’s nominee for the Southern District of New York – Dale Ho – wrote about his hatred of conservatives. How would Democrats feel if a Republican president nominated someone who says they were motivated by their hatred of liberals?

No federal agency, state governor’s mansion, or city council should be able to force COVID vaccines on children – much less threaten to take away their right to an education for not complying. So I’ve introduced a resolution to stop D.C.’s student vaccine mandate. 1/x

Martin Luther King Jr. once said that disappointment is finite, but hope is infinite. We will fight on.

thank you for the proxy question @Lawrence ⁩ !!

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