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Elizabeth Warren

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  • Consumer bureau headquarters renovation plan gets GOP flak

    Consumer bureau headquarters renovation plan gets GOP flak
    WASHINGTON — As they prepared to launch the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in early 2011, Obama administration officials settled on its permanent headquarters: a vacant government building a block away from the White House. They planned to...
  • 'Moderates' not even a moderately good solution

    Appearing on CNN, retiring Sen. Joe Lieberman gave voice to the conventional wisdom: "In my opinion the last two years, 2011-12, have been the least productive and most partisan and uncompromising in my 24 years here." For Lieberman, like much of...
  • New Year's resolutions I'd like to hear

    Happy New Year! May your 2013 be filled with love, laughter, passion and 365 full nights of sleep. Through the years, I've discovered something about New Year's resolutions: While it's not so easy to keep them, it's very easy to make them for other...
  • Interest on student loans just doubled -- here's how to deal with it

    On July 1, the rate on new federal Stafford subsidized student loans doubled to 6.8 percent after the House and Senate failed to compromise on a fix. If nothing more happens, some seven million college students this fall will be taking on far more...
  • Government shutdown spurs name-calling; a turn-off or a turn-on?

    "We cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics, or treat name-calling as reasoned debate." — President Obama, in his second inaugural speech So much for that. I happen to hold with those who think that...
  • Higher Minimum Is No Threat To Businesses, Jobs

    Higher Minimum Is No Threat To Businesses, Jobs
    Although decades of research indicate that raising the minimum wage does not adversely affect employment, this untrue claim is recycled whenever the Connecticut General Assembly considers providing working people with a small wage increase. Businesses...
  • Rising Student Loan Costs A Bad Deal For The Nation

    For generations, there has been a tried and true way for parents to help their children get ahead: investing in their education. Along the way, we learned that the same formula works for society as well. Make public investments in education — be...
  • Congressional Deadlock Only Piles Student Loan Burden Higher

    It comes as no surprise that a deadlocked Congress missed the July 1 deadline to pass a bill that would have kept the interest rates on federally subsidized Stafford student loans from doubling from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent, as required in 2007...
  • Why Add Higher Rates To Student Loan Burden?

    Congress has until July 1 to pass a bill that keeps interest rates on subsidized federal student Stafford loans from doubling from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. But instead of fixing the problem, the Republican-controlled House passed a bill mostly along...
  • Senate passes student loan plan

    Senate passes student loan plan
    WASHINGTON — A plan to restore lower interest rates on most college loans won Senate approval Wednesday, despite objections from a bloc of Democrats who warned it could ultimately increase the cost of a degree for many students. The legislation,...
  • Obama to nominate Democratic Rep. Mel Watt to head housing agency

    Obama to nominate Democratic Rep. Mel Watt to head housing agency
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama will nominate Democratic Rep. Mel Watt to head the federal housing agency that oversees taxpayer-owned Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a White House official said Wednesday. Watt, an 11-term congressman from North Carolina,...
  • Too early to crown Clinton

    Many pundits on the left, and even a growing number on the right, are ready to declare Hillary Rodham Clinton the next president of the United States. Columnist Kathleen Parker recently spoke on a national cable program of Clinton "saving the world."...