Letters

February 2022
Warren Urges SEC to Act Quickly to Issue Strong Climate Risk Disclosure Rule
Sen. Warren, Rep. Lee, Colleagues Urge Defense Department to Address Climate Crisis Risks in Upcoming National Defense Strategy
Warren Urges Department of Defense to Submit Complete Annual Report on Weapons Testing
January 2022
Warren Leads Colleagues in Calling on Senate Majority Leader Schumer to Support Additional Assistance to Low-Income and Developing Countries
Warren, Reed Urge OFR Director Falaschetti to Step Up and Use Tools Granted By Congress to Help Protect Consumers and the Economy
December 2021
Warren Calls on SEC to Investigate Whether Giant Oil Firms are Misleading Investors and the Public on Executive Pay
November 2021
As Student Loan Servicer Maximus Assumes Navient’s Portfolio, Warren Questions Company’s Troubled History and Seeks Assurances that Borrowers Will Receive Protections and Services During Transition
Warren Urges SEC to Investigate Potential Violations of Securities Laws During SPAC Merger with Trump Company
Warren, Congressional Delegation Call on Office of Refugee Resettlement to Coordinate with Massachusetts to Assist Haitian Families
Warren, Markey, and Merkley Urge Biden to Issue Blanket Cannabis Pardons
With Less Than 100 Days Until Student Loan Payments Resume, Warren and Colleagues Call for Exiting Servicers’ Plans to Correct Errors and Smoothly Transition The Accounts of Nearly 16 Million Borrowers
Warren, Merkley, Kahele Lead Bicameral Letter Urging Biden to Rescind Medals of Honor Awarded to Soldiers who Perpetrated Wounded Knee Massacre
Warren, Pocan Seek Answers from PE Firm BC Partners Following Reports of Inadequate Working Conditions and Rise in Pet Deaths At PetSmart
October 2021
With Temperatures Forecast to Fall and Energy Costs Projected to Rise, Warren Joins Call for a Swift Release of LIHEAP Heating Help
Warren Joins Menendez, Senate Democrats in Criticizing Mistreatment of Haitian Migrants at Border
Warren, Jayapal Demand Explanation for Reports of Unethical Revolving Door Between Federal Government and Top Accounting Firms
Warren, Markey, Blumenthal Raise Concerns About Discriminatory Bias in EdTech Student Surveillance Platforms and Harmful Effects on Students’ Mental Health
September 2021
Warren, Wyden, Padilla, Merkley, Daines Urge Treasury Secretary to Establish an Office of Tribal Affairs
Warren, Brown, Smith, and Van Hollen Request Information from SPAC Creators Amid “Astonishing” Reports of Abuse and Market Dysfunction
Warren, Brown, Merkley, Baldwin, and Markey Raise Concerns Over Distorted Findings in Trade Commission’s Economic Impact Report, Urge USITC to Improve Its Analysis of Trade Deals
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