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Americans in nearly a dozen swing states could expect to spend roughly $75,000 per year if the Green New Deal is ever implemented, according to a report Wednesday from a conservative nonprofit group.
The Green New Deal would cost households an average of between $74,287 and $76,683 in Colorado, Michigan and Pennsylvania, among others, a report from the Competitive Enterprise Institute noted. CEI worked with Power the Future and the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty on the report.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Right now, our booming national economy and record low unemployment rate is driven by abundant, domestic, reliable, and inexpensive energy produced by millions of men and women across the country,” Daniel Turner, executive director of Power the Future, said in a statement.
Turner said any policy that would “reverse this success is a threat to jobs, to rural communities, to national security, and to the very prosperity that Americans are experiencing.”
“Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) read the entirety of the Green New Deal on the House floor Wednesday, marking over a year since she first introduced the resolution,” The Hill further reports.
“But throughout this entire year, as we’ve discussed the Green New Deal, I’ve noticed there’s been an awful lot of misinformation about what’s inside this resolution, a tremendous amount of wild claims: everything from saying we’re seeking to ban airplanes to ending ice cream,” Ocasio-Cortez said Wednesday from the House floor.
“And, as a consequence I’ve realized that many of my colleagues have never even read the resolution that they’re speaking on,” she said. “They haven’t opened a single word of it — and it’s actually only about… just 14 pages long. So I have decided that since some of my colleagues across the aisle could not for some reason read the resolution, that perhaps this hour would be spent best reading it to them, for the public record.”
“Many of my colleagues have never even read the resolution that they’re speaking on. They haven’t opened a single word of it.”
— The Hill (@thehill) February 26, 2020
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