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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Monday released a plan focused on fighting corruption in Washington that she says is one of the key issues of her presidential campaign.

Fighting corruption has been one of the focal points of the 2020 Democratic hopeful’s career, and the newly released plan includes far-reaching, widespread proposals that would build on her anti-corruption legislation in Congress.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Look closely, and you’ll see — on issue after issue, widely popular policies are stymied because giant corporations and billionaires who don’t want to pay taxes or follow any rules use their money and influence to stand in the way of big, structural change,” Warren’s campaign said in a statement announcing the plan.

Warren posted a series of Twitter posts Monday morning announcing her new anti-corruption proposal, and wrote:

In 2019, just 17% of Americans trusted government to do the right thing. Why? Because our government works great for the wealthy and well-connected, but not for everyone else. That’s corruption, plain and simple—and I’ve got a plan to fight back.

In additional tweets she added:

The Trump administration is the most corrupt of our lifetimes. Trump is a walking conflict of interest, and many of his cabinet secretaries are no better. His Supreme Court Justices were hand-picked by right-wing extremist groups, and some of his donors are now ambassadors.

But these problems didn’t start with Trump. On issue after issue, widely popular policies are blocked because corporations and billionaires use their money and influence to stop any progress. To fix it, we’ll need big, structural change to fundamentally transform our government.

My plan lays out the most sweeping set of anti-corruption reforms since Watergate—nearly one hundred proposals. The goal is simple: Take power away from the wealthy and the well-connected and put it back where it belongs—in the hands of the people.

We’ll start by strengthening public integrity rules for federal officials in every branch of government, rooting out financial conflicts of interest, and slamming shut the revolving door between government and industry.

We’ll end lobbying as we know it, strengthening our lobbying laws and helping to break the grip that lobbyists have on our government. The voices of corporations and powerful interests shouldn’t be the only voices influencing government—but that’s exactly what’s happened.

We’ll fix our criminal laws to make sure we can hold corrupt officials accountable. And we’ll ensure that our federal agencies and courts work for the people. That includes holding our federal judiciary—including the Supreme Court—to the highest ethical standards.

That’s not all. I’ve also released plans to make sure that no president is above the law, to tackle defense contractor coziness at the Pentagon, and to expand oversight, transparency, and enforcement for all contractors hired by the federal government.

Together, we can root out the corruption in Washington. We can make big, structural changes that will restore our trust in government. And when I’m President, that’s exactly what I plan to do.

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