NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is in New York City Monday laying out her most concrete vision for the U.S. economy in a pitch to Democrats who are being wooed by Clinton’s chief rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and a larger electorate assessing the 2016 presidential field.
The Democratic presidential front-runner outlined the themes of her economic agenda in a speech at The New School in Greenwich Village. Clinton emphasized the need for policies to increase real income of everyday Americans.READ MORE: Times Square Shooting: Intense Manhunt Continues; Sources Say Shooter Known To Police For Illegal Vending In Area
“I believe we have to build a growth and fairness economy,” Clinton said.
Clinton spoke about tax reform, the need to raise wages and promote profit-sharing, Steve Kastenbaum reported on 1010 WINS.