The Week in Review
In a speech on the Senate floor on Friday Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke out against intrusive spying taking place on behalf of the U.S. government. “The question is not whether we protect the American people, but whether we do it in a way that is constitutional and protects the constitutional rights of our people,” said Sanders. In an effort to make a college education more accessible to all Sanders introduced a bill on Tuesday to make 4-year public college and universities tuition-free. “We live in a highly competitive global economy. If our economy is to be strong, we need the best educated work force in the world,” Sanders said.
Trade Deal Must be Defeated
Sen. Bernie Sanders this weekend is stepping up a campaign to defeat a job-killing, 12-nation trade deal. “All of the multinational corporations believe this is a great agreement, for good reasons. They're going to make a whole lot of money out of that,” Sanders said.
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