Clinton: Arquette Right on Wage Equality

Hillary Clinton dropped a lot of hints about her possible presidential run at the first-ever Lead On Watermark Silicon Valley Conference for Women on Tuesday. Along with noting that she is “thinking through” her decision before announcing, Clinton highlighted a number of potential campaign plaforms. “I think we all cheered at Patricia Arquette’s speech at the Oscars—because she’s right, it’s time to have wage equality once and for all,” she said, noting that the economy is “operating like 1955.” She also said she would vote for net neutrality and though she “could never condone” Edward Snowden’s leaks, acknowledged that Americans felt betrayed by the NSA’s practices.