POLIZETTE — When Hillary Clinton officially becomes the Democratic nominee for president later this month, she will stand on a party platform that is the most radical document in the party’s history.
From weed to government regulation of business to abortion to immigration, this is not your father’s Democratic Party. Or in the case of Clinton, her husband’s.
Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, who formally endorsed Clinton on Tuesday, won significant concessions in drafting the party’s statement of principles. The document also takes numerous shots at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, mentioning him by name 35 times.
Here is a look at some of the major provisions of the platform: