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Best Wishes to Senator-Elect Warren

posted by Bob Lawless
Many congratulations to Elizabeth Warren on her election to the U.S. Senate. Warren was a co-founder of the Credit Slips blog and contributed until she took up her responsibilities with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. To many of the blog's contributors, she is a teacher, a collaborator, a co-author, and a friend. Best wishes to her as she begins this new adventure in her life.



Hear, hear!

As a member of the National Bankruptcy Conference I wonder if she will recuse herself from influencing policy recommendation to the Conference regarding its lobbying effort affecting bankruptcy legislation.

Well done, Senator Warren

I think she will be a good senator, but her hair is way too short. About to the shoulder blades would be nice, to the waist, even better!

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