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Tonight I joined @thedemocrats Chairman Tom Perez and Deputy Chairman Keith Ellison for a conversation about how we can keep fighting back against Donald Trump's reckless agenda. Watch the video on the Democratic Party's Facebook page.

When Justice Scalia died, giant corporations and their right-wing buddies spent millions to keep the Supreme Court seat open for Donald Trump. Judge Neil Gorsuch has a long, detailed record that shows he cares more about corporations than women, workers, consumers and families. I joined @prochoiceamerica & the People's Defense organizations on the Supreme Court steps this morning to kick off delivery of 1 million petition signatures for senators to oppose Judge Gorsuch. #weobject #stopgorsuch #scotus

Had an incredible Saturday night seeing the one and only James Earl Jones, Bill Heck, Dana Delany and the rest of the amazing cast of The Night of the Iguana, the Tennessee Williams play being performed right here at the @americanrep in Cambridge. #nightoftheiguanaart

Today I stand in solidarity with "A Day Without Immigrants" protesters. #immigrantsfeedamerica , and immigrants make our country strong. #adaywithoutimmigrants #immigrantsmakeamericagreat

My mother was born on February 14, and she loved her special connection to Valentine’s Day. When I was a little girl, I bought some heart-shaped pans at the dime store. I still have my heart-shaped pans – and even though my mother is gone now, I still bake a heart-shaped cake every Valentine’s Day to remember her. But this year, I’m doing something more: I’m fighting for the Affordable Care Act to make sure everyone’s mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, wife, partner, friend and neighbor can get the health care they need to live longer, healthier lives. That seems like the right way to celebrate the people you love. Happy Valentine’s Day!

When my daughter Amelia was growing up, I was a Brownie leader. On Tuesday afternoons, I had a dozen little girls show up at our house to work on earning their badges. In fact, my last serious attempt at raising money before I ran for the Senate in 2011 was serving as cookie chair for one of her troops when she got older.

So I was delighted to meet Sylvia Acevedo, the CEO of the Girl Scouts, on a train this morning. Decades ago, Sylvia earned her Science badge in New Mexico – and it inspired her to become a real life rocket scientist.

Today, the Girl Scouts have 2.7 million members – and more than 59 million women are Girl Scout alumnae. It has been at the forefront of our country’s movement for diversity and tolerance, empowering girls of every racial and ethnic group, geography and background to make a difference in their communities. And it teaches little girls that they can reach for the stars.

Are you listening? #womensmarch #boswomensmarch

Happy to march with more than 125k women (& friends of women) in Boston today. We can whimper, we can whine, or we can fight back. #womensmarch #boswomensmarch

Thank you, President @barackobama. We'll miss you.

After the 2008 financial crisis, the big Wall Street banks hated my idea for a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The financial industry spent $1 million a day to kill financial reform. But we had a powerful champion on the inside – someone who passionately believed that we needed to help level the playing field for working families. That leader was President Obama, and I’ll never forget it.

Sure, President Obama and I have disagreed a few times – but we’ve been together in the trenches on many, many more fights. President Obama is a good man who has made our economy, our country, and our planet safer. And above all, President Obama has given us hope – hope that there really is change we can believe in.

Thank you, President Obama. #obamafarewell

Every New Year’s Eve, my husband Bruce and I stay in and watch Casablanca. It’s a movie about love, loyalty, and courage, and also about pain, vulnerability, and sacrifice. It tells about how people survive, flourish, and fight back. And even though I’ve seen Casablanca about a zillion times now, watching it tonight with my sweetie before the ball drops is one of my very favorite traditions.

Every time I watch it, Casablanca gives me hope. And it is with hope – and our incredible team – that I know we will keep making a difference in the year ahead. Have a safe and happy New Year’s with the people you love!

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