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A key part of the Massachusetts senator's measure would require that candidates for federal office release their tax returns.
The unwinding of Dodd-Frank begins.
Her departure may leave a sharply understaffed and gridlocked commission in her wake.
The progressive firebrand has long warred with SEC Chair Mary Jo White, a former corporate lawyer.
Financial firms are used to "saying whatever they want," but Warren claims they went too far this time.
It's making political spending less and less transparent.
A subtle change could have major consequences.
Finally, some good news for brutal militias.
In May, a Bloomberg Businessweek article assessing White's time at the SEC concluded that her "two-year tenure heading the
So that happened. On this week's podcast, we get excited about some sporting updates, get the lowdown on the newly passed
White identifies as a political independent and frequently votes with the SEC's Republican commissioners, creating a 3-2