Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) earned nearly $2 million for consultancy work for corporations and financial firms over nearly three decades, according to newly-released records. Warren's campaign published the documents Sunday evening after repeated requests for them to be made public. They show she often worked with companies dealing with bankruptcy, The Washington Post reports. One filing shows Warren made about $80,000 from work she did for creditors in Enron’s bankruptcy, and $20,000 as a consultant for Dow Chemical. The highest fee appears to be from a case where she represented Travelers Insurance in an attempt to preserve a trust for asbestos victims, for which she was paid $212,335. The campaign didn’t release information on how much Warren was paid for all cases, saying in some instances that “the campaign has no compensation records for this case.” Warren's nomination rival, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, has recently intensified his attacks on the former Harvard Law professor, demanding that she release tax returns from the years when she consulted.
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