“It’s the inequality, stupid.”*

Americans are angry and frustrated by the blatant inequalities in our society. The United States is a country that proclaims that everyone is created equal and has a long history of continual progress towards a fair society. Yet, today we clearly see that there are rich, powerful and priviledged people working to lessen equality, gain power and acquire property without regard to the costs to our nation. Thier greed is unquenchable and they will take all they can no matter who is harmed in the process.

In this election there is only one candidate with the strength, intelligence and commitment to equality, who will work to correct injustices and create a fair and more equal United States of America. That candidate is Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton has a vision for America that is dedicated to justice and equality.
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“It’s outrageous that multi-millionaires and billionaires are allowed to play by a different set of rules than hardworking families, especially when it comes to paying their fair share of taxes.” — Hillary, January 11, 2016
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“The measure of our success will be how much incomes rise for hardworking families. How many Americans can find good jobs that support a middle-class life—and not only that, jobs that provide a sense of dignity and pride. That’s what it means to have an economy that works for everyone.” —Hillary, June 22, 2016
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"I’ve always believed that when unions are strong, families are strong and America is strong. And today, you’re leading the fight to raise the minimum wage, which will lift 35 million working Americans out of poverty." —Hillary, March 2, 2016
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"There are still too many places where lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans are targeted for harassment and violence. There are still too many young people out there feeling hopeless and alone." —Hillary, October 3, 2015
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"Let’s … make debt-free college available to everyone. ... And let’s liberate the millions of Americans who already have student debt."—Hillary, June 22, 2016
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"The measure of our success will be how much incomes rise for hardworking families. How many children are lifted out of poverty. How many Americans can find good jobs that support a middle class life." —Hillary, June 22, 2016
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"I believe a strong America depends on strong rural communities. For prosperity to be real and lasting, it has to take root … in small towns and in rural areas across the country." — Hillary, August 26, 2015
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Aspiring entrepreneurs will be able to defer their loans with no payments or interest for up to three years. Those starting new enterprises in distressed communities will be eligible for up to $17,500 in loan forgiveness.
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We face a set of core challenges to building an economy that works for everyone—including a political system that is doing too little to help working Americans, an economic system that encourages too many corporations to favor short-term profits over long-term investments, and outdated workplace policies that aren’t meeting the needs of families.
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As president, Hillary will make it easier to start and grow a small business in America.
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"I’ll do more to bring down health care costs for families, ease burdens on small businesses, and make sure consumers have the choices they deserve. And frankly, it is finally time for us to deal with the skyrocketing out-of-pocket health costs, and particularly runaway prescription drug prices." —Hillary, September 21, 2015
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"I believe weapons of war have no place on our streets. We may have our disagreements on gun safety regulations, but we should all be able to agree on a few things. If you’re too dangerous to get on a plane, you are too dangerous to buy a gun in America." —Hillary, June 13, 2016
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Hillary Clinton has led and will continue to lead the fight to expand health care access for every American—even when it means standing up to special interests.
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"Housing can and should be a springboard to opportunity. But to get there, we need to make rental housing more affordable, open up more pathways to sustainable home ownership, and invest in communities that have been left out and left behind. As president, that's what I’ll do." — Hillary Clinton
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"Too often, these are called women’s issues. Well, I am a proud lifelong fighter for women’s issues, because I firmly believe what’s good for women is good for America."
—Hillary, September 5, 2015
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People are crying out for criminal justice reform. Families are being torn apart by excessive incarceration. Young people are being threatened and humiliated by racial profiling. They’re trying to tell us. We need to listen. —Hillary Clinton, July 8, 2016
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Make certain that corporations, the wealthy, and Wall Street pay their fair share.
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Hillary Clinton is committed to promoting animal welfare and protecting animals from cruelty and abuse.
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Education should be the great door opener, and yet we know it often doesn’t turn out that way. I think every child in this country deserves a good teacher in a good school, regardless of the ZIP code you live in."
—Hillary, March 10, 2016
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"I won’t let anyone take us backward, deny our economy the benefits of harnessing a clean energy future, or force our children to endure the catastrophe that would result from unchecked climate change."—Hillary, November 29, 2015
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"I believe in making sure that people who sacrifice for us are given all the care and the benefits and support that they need. And I believe strongly that taking care of our veterans is part of our solemn duty as Americans." —Hillary, June 18, 2015
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Hillary is committed to restoring basic fairness in our tax code and ensuring that the wealthiest Americans and large corporations pay their fair share, while providing tax relief to working families. That’s not only fair, it’s good for economic growth.
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Hillary will keep public lands public, strengthen protections for our natural and cultural resources, increase access to parks and public lands for all Americans.
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The financial crisis showed how irresponsible behavior in the financial sector can devastate the lives of everyday Americans—costing 9 million workers their jobs and wiping out more than $13 trillion in household wealth. Hillary Clinton has a plan to reduce the risk of future crises and make our financial system fairer and more accountable.
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Hillary will reward companies that share profits and invest in their workers, and she will raise the minimum wage to a living wage. She will crack down on companies that shift profits overseas to avoid paying U.S. taxes, and she’ll make companies that export jobs give back the tax breaks they’ve received in America.
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We should acknowledge how the disabilities community has played such an important role in changing things for the better in our country."—Hillary, July 26, 2015
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"Manufacturing is coming back. … My job as your president will be to do everything I can to create more good-paying jobs, to get wages rising again for American workers and families."—Hillary, November 29, 2015
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"It’s hard to believe Americans are still forced to fight for their right to vote—especially in places where the civil rights movement fought so hard all those years ago."—Hillary, October 17, 2015
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"If we stand with each other now, we can build a future where no one is left out or left behind, and everyone can share in the promise of America—which is big enough for everyone, not to be reserved for a few."—Hillary, July 8, 2016
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To successfully reform our criminal justice system, we must work to strengthen the bonds of trust between our communities and our police, end the era of mass incarceration, and ensure a successful transition of individuals from prison to home. As president, Hillary will focus on a few key areas.
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Defend, implement, and extend smart pollution and efficiency standards, including the Clean Power Plan and standards for cars, trucks, and appliances that are already helping clean our air, save families money, and fight climate change.
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Hillary will strengthen American trade enforcement so we stand up to foreign countries that aren’t playing by the rules—like China is doing right now with steel, and fight for American workers. She will say no to trade deals, like the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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Committing that 100 percent of households in America will have access to high-speed, affordable broadband by 2020.
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Ensure policies meet the challenges families face in the 21st century economy. Hillary will fight for equal pay for women and guarantee paid leave, two changes that are long overdue. And she will provide relief from the rising costs of necessities like child care and housing.
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We need to give small businesses—including women- and minority-owned small businesses—access to the financing they need to build, grow, and hire. Hillary will work to boost small-business lending by easing burdens for community banks and credit unions.
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Hillary's plan builds on her career-long commitment to manufacturing, as well as on her previous proposals to invest in renewable energy and rebuild America’s infrastructure—two major investments that will drive demand for manufacturing across the country and strengthen our long-run competitiveness.
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Hillary has been a champion of internet freedom—and she understands we must position American innovators to lead the world in the next generation of technology revolutions while defending universal access to the global, digital marketplace of ideas and protecting individual privacy and security.
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Hillary will make it possible for parents to succeed at work and at home by updating outdated laws so they match how families work today. And she will provide relief from the rising costs of necessities like child care and housing, while taking steps to provide Americans with greater retirement and health care security.
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"If we claim we are for family, then we have to pull together and resolve the outstanding issues around our broken immigration system. The American people support comprehensive immigration reform not just because it’s the right thing to do." —Hillary, May 5, 2015
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"It’s outrageous that multi-millionaires and billionaires are allowed to play by a different set of rules than hardworking families, especially when it comes to paying their fair share of taxes." —Hillary, January 11, 2016
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"Beyond enabling innovation and economic growth, Hillary believes we should look to technology and data to provide better services to the American people, and make government simpler, smarter, and more effective.
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