Elizabeth Warren: Giant Corporations Are Squeezing Out Family Farms | Hardball | MSNBC



On Hardball, Senator and Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren lays out her new policy proposals to help family farms. She also laid out her other proposals to take on corporate monopolies.
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