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(NECN) - Elizabeth Warren, Democratic candidate for seat currently being held by Republican Sen. Scott Brown, joins Broadside to react to the Supreme Court victory for the Affordable Care Act and more.
"I actually think there is going to be a fight in Congress - I think that's been made perfectly clear - but what I think it's really going to be over is whether or not the benefits that are in the act as it's designed right now are ones we're going to be able to hang on to," said Warren.
Warren also touches on the JP Morgan Chase banking mess. Executive Jamie Dimon says the bank's risky blunder will now cost them anywhere between $6-9 billion.
"Scott Brown was in a position where his vote was absolutely necessary and he got in there and negotiated to make things better for Wall Street. I think that's how he got his name [as] one of Wall Street's favorite senators," said Warren.
Warren discusses her heritage, and the controversy surrounding it, and says it wasn't the first time her Native American ancestry has been a conflict for her family, saying her father and mother were forbidden to marry because of her mother's Cherokee background.
Warren also says she doesn't plan on releasing her personnel records. Brown alleged that Warren was hired by Harvard University for her Native American ancestry.
"The discussions ended when the people who hired me explained what happened," said Warren, adding that the personnel records would not reflect her hiring.
Watch the attached video for more.