Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush: Americans 'Don't Need a Lecture' The Democratic candidate outlines her economic ideas in New York By Neal Colgrass, Newser Staff Posted Jul 13, 2015 5:10 PM CDT 136 comments Comments Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at a campaign event in New York, Monday, July 13, 2015. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) (Newser) – Hillary Clinton outlined her economic ideas today at The New School in New York City, taking cracks at Republican candidates and even a subtle jab at the Obama administration, the AP reports. Among the highlights: Clinton took umbrage at Jeb Bush's remark that Americans "need to work longer hours," saying that Bush "must not have met many American workers. They don't need a lecture. They need a raise." She slammed a tax proposal by Marco Rubio, saying it would reduce taxes for Americans making more than $3 million. "That's a sure budget-busting giveaway to the super-wealthy," Clinton says. She supported what the AP calls "a laundry list of Democratic-leaning policy ideas," including an increased federal minimum wage, an overhauled tax code, public investment in roads and bridges, and "renewable energy and tax cuts for small business owners." She promised to strengthen the 2010 Dodd-Frank Law that increased regulations on financial institutions, and in a jab at President Obama, says she would prosecute bad bankers. She "made some explicit references to workers of color" in her speech, an apparent attempt to court Latino voters, the Washington Post reports. She also took a shot at the contractor economy, Wired reports, saying she would take action against "bosses misclassifying workers as contractors." Such business can undermine solid labor practices, she said. Uber, look out.