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The new junior Senator from Massachusetts wasted no time going after banks and regulators after she was named to the Senate banking committee.
Now, with a bigger stage and a seat in the Senate, Warren goes after banks and regulators. One of her first targets was HSBC, which was fined for laundering $881 million in drug money, but is still allowed to operate in the U.S.
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