CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Hillary Clinton's series of speeches and announcements, occurring in the next several months, will address issues such as women's pay equity, college affordability, and more, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Clinton is also going to be addressing issues like wage growth, Wall Street regulation, and childhood education, the Journal reported.
Advisers and aides say that Clinton will not be addressing topics like foreign policy, health care or K-12 education in her upcoming speeches, according to the Journal.
Though Clinton has been clear on issues involving social policies, like gay marriage and voting rights, she doesn't reveal her upfront position on other issues, the Journal report said. While she urged fast-food employees to fight for their increased wage campaign, she has never specifically supported their $15 per hour demands, according to the Journal.
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