The populist candidate hit the Koch brothers and Wall Street in a speech in Burlington, Vermont, on Tuesday.
The State Department will make public 30,000 Clinton messages.
In a campaign focused on inequality, Bill Clinton's famous pledge to "end welfare as we know it" is liable to be a central focus.
The Wisconsin governor suggested it might be a smarter play for him to skip the state and let the two Floridians burn down their resources there.
The Republican presidential candidate says criticism of those opposed to gay marriage borders on a threat to Catholic teachings.
Orders must remain on hold until lawsuit is resolved, appeals court says.
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