Originally posted on CBS DC:
CHICAGO (AP) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday she will focus much of her attention on issues promoting early childhood development, women and children and economic issues as part of the foundation created by her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
The potential 2016 White House contender offered her most extensive description of her post-Obama administration agenda since leaving her role as the nation’s top diplomat. Clinton walked out to applause on stage at a Clinton Global Initiative America meeting in Chicago, calling the Clinton Foundation “my home” for several new public policy initiatives close to her heart.
“What I think we have to be about is working together, overcoming the lines that divide us, this partisan, cultural, geographic (divide),” she said. “Building on what we know works, we can take on any challenge we confront.”