PLYMOUTH, MASS. (WHDH) - U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren held her first town hall since she was re-elected in Plymouth on Saturday.
The senator took questions from the audience and spoke on a wide range of topics, including working across the aisle with Republicans.
“I really do think the answer is we keep talking about the points we care about,” Warren said. “We try to make it as clear and personal as we can. I think that’s how we make a real difference.”
Warren also spoke about the opioid crisis in Massachusetts and national health care.
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