Warren spoke for about an hour, advocating for reducing student loan debt, improving health care and fighting climate change. An enthusiastic crowd cheered loudly as she outlined her views, often using hand gestures to accentuate her points. The crowed booed at the first mention of Republican President Donald Trump.
The event marked the first time a sitting U.S. senator visited Franklin since the 1990s when the late Sen. Edward Kennedy stopped by, said state Rep. Jeffrey Roy, D-Franklin, who introduced Warren and ran the question-and-answer session.
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