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Jun 12, 2020

Founder of People Over Profits, Sean Shaw takes down the criminal injustice system with these effective policies. He joins John Iadarola to break it down on The Damage Report. Follow The Damage Report on Facebook:
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"People Over Profits is centering a new conversation to put working people first. It is time for our political conversation to be centered on those who work the hardest, not those who can afford to speak the loudest. It is time for a new focus on working Americans.
Florida and the nation deserve a bold vision — a future where every American has equal access to the ballot, where a fair day’s work earns a living wage, where health care is a right and not a privilege, and where every family enjoys clean air and clean water. We’re building a progressive movement to make that future a reality."
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"Sean Shaw is a proven fighter for the people of Florida. In his historic 2018 campaign for Attorney General, Sean fought fearlessly for bold policies that put regular Floridians first. Now, as an attorney and civic leader, he’s continuing to stand up for working people.
Sean Shaw made history in 2018 as the Florida Democratic Party’s first African-American nominee for Attorney General. Sean’s progressive platform sought to expand rights for consumers and hold fraudsters, corrupt politicians, and special interests accountable. The election results proved the momentum for his candidacy: over 3,000,000 Floridians voted for his bold agenda, more than any other candidate for attorney general in state history.
Earlier in his career, Sean was an independent watchdog for the public as the state’s Insurance Consumer Advocate — working to protect consumers from price gouging and insurance fraud. Every decision Sean made was centered on what was best for consumers, not wealthy special interests.
Elected to the State Legislature in 2016, Sean continued to fight for consumers, and championed equal rights and equal opportunity for all. As an attorney in private practice, Sean fought for victims of the BP Oil Spill, ensuring families and businesses — whose only fault was having an unlucky address — get what they are owed."
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