As president of the Center for American Progress, Neera Tanden raised tens of millions from Wall Street and large corporate donors, including health insurance companies and defense contractors. Tanden is Biden’s choice to lead his budget office — and during her confirmation hearing today, she was grilled by Sen. Bernie Sanders those corporate ties, which The Daily Poster shows is directly related to the job she is being nominated for.
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• Amid the impeachment trial over the January 6th insurrection, state officials are now pressing Wall Street firms to use their holdings to require companies to comprehensively disclose their political spending, so that shareholders can see if their money is funding extremist causes.
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