Steyer calls for breaking ‘corporate stranglehold’ on America during Milwaukee stop

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MILWAUKEE -- Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer touted his plans for education, health care and climate change before an audience of educators and students today during a town hall organized by the American Federation of Teachers. 
The billionaire hedge fund manager and activist also stressed the need to break “the corporate stranglehold” on America to fix a government he described as broken. And he took shots at President Trump and former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. 
“I’m running for a simple reason,” Steyer told the audience at the Milwaukee Area Technical College. “I believe that...

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