The plan would also seek to limit mega-mergers in the insurance and healthcare provider industries, which Clinton says can lead to higher prices and lower-quality care.
But officials told Bloomberg that the FBI had managed to salvage some of the emails deleted by her staff, raising the prospect that Clinton’s correspondence could eventually become public.
A lawyer for the Democratic presidential candidate provided the device to the FBI last month after he said all emails had been removed and printed copies of all nonpersonal messages provided to the State Department.
The more they turned Keystone into the No. 1 symbol of climate change, the more Ms. Clinton had to find a way to play along.
Clinton has previously called her use of private e-mail as Secretary of State a “mistake”.
About a month ago, Sullivan asked the State Department to reach out to the FBI for assistance in addressing a Freedom of Information Act request by the conservative group Judicial Watch regarding Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s employment arrangements. She has since acknowledged that her use of the so-called “homebrew” private email server to conduct government business was a mistake and apologized.
But with the administration’s process dragging on, and facing constant questions about the issue on the campaign trail as well as pressure from her Democratic rivals, Mrs Clinton decided that she needed to speak out. A new Bloomberg poll finds she’s the first choice of just one-third of Democrats, while Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden (who isn’t even running at the moment) each garner one-quarter. “This started with Hillary Clinton, and it was spread by the Clinton team in 2008”.
“American energy policy is about more than a single pipeline to transport Canada’s dirtiest fuel across our country“, Clinton wrote.
She knows that oil has to come from somewhere, and Alberta is far from the worst choice.
Meanwhile, Clinton is attempting to set herself apart from the pack, announcing on Tuesday that she opposes construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, a decision on which she has avoiding speaking publicly.
“I think it is imperative that we look at the Keystone pipeline as what I believe it is-a distraction from the important work we have to do to combat climate change”, Clinton said during the Q-and-A portion of an Iowa campaign rally. That could be her campaign slogan.