Warren tells constituents to stay engaged on issues

December 19, 2017

tai_20160618_warren_politics_04GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken gave U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren a warm welcome back to the city with a gift bag of food, cannoli and a piece of advice.

“I keep saying, ‘Elizabeth, you need to take care of yourself. You look too thin, I have to feed you,'” Theken said.

The playful opening had many of the 800 people filling the auditorium at Gloucester High School giggling after they shuffled through a slow moving line to hear Warren speak on Saturday. The town hall event was her first time back in the city since 2015 to see a production at the Gloucester Stage Company.

During her opening remarks, Warren touched on the final GOP tax bill that was released on Friday. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act slashes corporate taxes and includes a broad range of other tax reforms.

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