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The 20-year argument between Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren over bankruptcy, explained

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/5/6/18518381/baccpa-bankruptcy-bill-2005-biden-warren
"A clash over a 2005 bankruptcy bill — and a broader contrast in worldviews.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was the first Democratic 2020 hopeful to take a direct swing at former Vice President Joe Biden since he got into the race, accusing him of being “on the side of the credit companies” in a fight that launched her political career a decade ago.

Warren’s quarrel with Biden isn’t personal. It’s about a 2005 bankruptcy bill he supported as a senator. Warren opposed the bill so vehemently that its passage inspired her transition from a Harvard bankruptcy law professor, who studied middle-class economics, to a senator and now a presidential hopeful.

“I got in that fight because [families] just didn’t have anyone and Joe Biden was on the side of the credit card companies,” Warren said after an April rally in Iowa. “It’s all a matter of public record.”

The bill made it harder for individuals to file for bankruptcy and get out of debt, a legal change that credit card companies and many major retailers had championed for years. The bill passed Congress with large majorities, but most Democratic senators, including Barack Obama, voted no. Biden voted yes and was widely seen at the time as one of the bill’s major Democratic champions."

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How Many Delegates Do The 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Have?

https://www.npr.org/2020/02/10/799979293/how-many-delegates-do-the-2020-presidential-democratic-candidates-have

" Awarded
Candidates need 1,991 delegates to secure their nomination on the first ballot at the Democratic National Convention."

Joe Biden. 566
Bernie Sanders. 501
Elizabeth Warren. 61
Michael Bloomberg. 53
Pete Buttigieg. 27
Amy Klobuchar. 7
Tulsi Gabbard. 1

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