In the debate to overhaul financial regulation, Elizabeth Warren has divided Washington in her push to create a new consumer financial protection agency. I find it refreshing to hear from people who can't be bought. It seems they are few and far between these days. The banking/finance conglomerate is so often a self-serving sewer of greed and corruption. Warren's clips are hopeful because they remind us of the principles that should be governing our financial reform discussions from here. Watch this NY Times Video clip here.
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