“Before she became a senator, Elizabeth Warren came to Capitol Hill and promised ‘plenty of blood and teeth left on the floor’ if she did not get meaningful reforms of Wall Street. This week, she showed what she meant,” the Boston Globe reports.
“The Massachusetts Democrat brought Congress to the brink of yet another government shutdown in her effort to kill a provision that she said would have once again put taxpayers at risk of bailing out big banks. The provision was inserted by Republicans in a huge spending bill. She appears to have lost the policy fight, but won a political battle.”Save to Favorites