In a newly released report, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) offers harsh criticism of President Obama's handling of corporate malfeasance. Warren's 12-page booklet argues that lax enforcement by the Obama administration results in "rigged justice," a point she illustrates by examining 20 cases from 2015 in which she says "the federal government failed to require meaningful accountability."
Warren charges that Obama's record on "accountability for corporate crimes is shockingly weak":
In an attendant op-ed at The New York Times, Warren contends that the solution to many regulatory woes is a change in personnel, and that this should be a primary consideration for voters in 2016.
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