Letters

December 2019
Warren, Brown Seek Answers from CFPB on "Advisory Opinions" That Could Weaken Consumer Protection Laws
November 2019
In Bipartisan Letter, Warren, Grassley, Doggett, Fitzpatrick, & Pascrell Advocate for Unique Device Identifiers (UDI) Information to be Added to Electronic Health Insurance Claims Forms
Warren, Markey, Keating, Kennedy Urge U.S. Trade Representative to Assist Struggling Cranberry Growers
Senators Warren and Brown Raise Alarm in Letter to CFPB amid Reports of Gender Discrimination by Goldman Sachs and the New Apple Card
Senator Warren Voices Concern Over Brett Giroir Appointment as Acting FDA Commissioner
Bipartisan Inquiry from Senators Warren, Blumenthal and Cassidy Asks Google to Explain How and Why It Secretly Collected Health Data on Millions of Americans Without Their Consent
Senators Warren, Brown, and Sanders Investigate “Inherent” Conflicts of Interest of Private Equity-Owned Institutional Review Boards
Senators Warren, Brown and Rep. Pocan Investigate Role of Private Equity in Declining Quality of Nursing Home Care
Warren, Colleagues Criticize Ernst & Young for Misleading "Sham Study" on Private Equity Impact on U.S. Economy
Senators Warren and Brown Raise Alarm about IRS's Ongoing Failure to Fix the Free File Program
Senator Warren and Majority Whip Clyburn Question DeVos Over Resignation of Top Student Loan Advisor
Warren Leads Colleagues in Requesting Update on VA and DoD Efforts to Protect Veterans and Servicemembers from Foreign Online Disinformation
Senators Warren and Murray Raise New Questions About FDA Proposal to Weaken Approval Pathway for Certain Medical Devices
Warren Demands Answers About Ongoing Misuse of Solitary Confinement at ICE Detention Facilities
October 2019
Senators Warren, Murray, and Smith Raise Further Questions About the FDA's Oversight of Digital Health Devices
Warren, Murray, and Wyden Demand Update from Trump Administration on the Recovery of $341,000 in Taxpayer Funds Spent on Lavish Travel by Former-HHS Secretary Tom Price
Warren Calls on DoD and State to Respond to Reports that American Military Weapons Have Been Transferred to Suspected Terrorists and Separatist Militias in Yemen
Senator Warren Questions Secretary Mnuchin About Volatility in Overnight Lending Market
Warren, Schumer, Murray, and Kaine Lead Senate Democrats and Demand Sec. DeVos Take Immediate Action to Fix the Education Department’s Gross Mismanagement of Temporary Expanded Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Senators Warren and Baldwin Call for Swift Action to Protect Transgender Migrants
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