Letters

January 2020
Warren Questions "Too Big to Fail" Banks on Plans to Address Climate Change Risks Faced by Financial Industry
Warren Seeks Clarification from Amtrak on Reports of Impending Changes to Fare Policies That Could Impact Massachusetts Passengers
Warren joins Murray, Colleagues in Denouncing NLRB Proposal to Strip Students Employed by Private Universities of Workplace Rights
Sen. Warren Calls on Former Energy Secretary Rick Perry to Resign from Board of Energy Transfer, a Fossil Fuel Company Whose Board He Rejoined Weeks After Leaving Office
Lawmakers Urge Internet Governing Body to Block Private Equity Firm Ethos Capital from Taking Over the .ORG Internet Domain Name Registry
Lawmakers Question Education Department and Accreditor About Fake Universities Used to Entrap Foreign-National Students
Warren, Markey Press OCC for Solutions Following Closure of TD Bank in Springfield, Massachusetts
Senator Warren and Reps. Velázquez and Thompson Urge President to Fully Fund Emergency Response in Puerto Rico
Senators Warren and Brown Raise Alarms Over IRS's Decision to Allow Private Debt Collectors Direct Access to Taxpayer Bank Accounts
Warren Demands Answers on Reports of Iranians and Iranian Americans Held Up at Border Crossings
December 2019
Massachusetts Lawmakers Question Amazon About High Rate of Serious Injuries at the Company's Fall River Facility
Senators Warren and Markey, and Rep. Keating Urge Army Corps Leaders to Replace Cape Cod Canal Bridges
Warren, DeLauro, Colleagues Reiterate Urgent Concerns With Border Protection Agency's "Unconscionable" Failure to Provide Flu Vaccines for Migrants in Custody
Warren, Colleagues Examine Role of Private Equity Firm Blackstone in Deforestation of Amazon Rainforest
Lawmakers Request that Inspector General Review FEMA's Faltering Efforts to Rebuild Vieques' Closed Health Care Facility
Warren and García Press Regulators For Evidence Supporting Their Approval of the BB&T-Suntrust Merger
In Bipartisan Letter, Senators Warren, Paul, and Wyden Ask Credit Reporting Agencies Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion for Transparency About Their Handling of FBI Requests for Consumer Financial Data
Senators Request Update from Federal Agencies on Progress Towards Issuing Long-Delayed Licensing of Marijuana Manufacturing for Research Purposes
Senator Warren Cautions Department of Labor Against Proposing a Weak Conflict-of-Interest Rule That Would Put Americans' Hard-Earned Retirement Savings in Jeopardy
Warren, Jayapal Raise Questions about Private Prison Company Executive’s Multiple Stays at Trump Hotel While Seeking Favors from ICE
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