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Elizabeth Warren might be one of more than a dozen Democrats running for president, but she's setting herself apart with sweeping policy ideas, Axios' Alexi McCammond and Neal Rothschild report.
Why it matters: Warren unveiled the most significant tech policy idea of the election today, proposing to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google.
Between the lines: This wasn't Warren's first aggressive proposal of the nascent campaign.
The big picture, from the N.Y. Times' Astead Herndon: "Warren’s passion for policy minutiae has become her way of standing out in an increasingly crowded Democratic field, ... While other Democrats have focused on sweeping themes of unity or change ... Warren is making a personal and political wager that audiences care more about policy savvy than captivating oration."
The bottom line: In an ever-crowded primary field where candidates are relying on personalities to break through, Warren's constant flow of policy proposals is a way to show voters she's not just talking the talk.
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