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What do you know about 2020 presidential candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), including the important questions, she is talking about and what Problem you can always overcome.
Elizabeth Warren has promoted some of their signature proposals during a town hall event Monday night — which, all told, could cost $100 trillion, according to recent estimates.
Sen Warren, D-Mass., about the policy — the Green New Deal, universal child care and slavery reparations — at a CNN town hall event in Jackson, Miss. The 2020 Democratic hopeful told the crowd that the Green New Deal provides a way forward for the country.
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“This is how we build in the future. And I’m going to add a small piece to him and say, if you understand a look at the Green New Deal, this is said about the construction of the infrastructure for the 21st century for a sustainable world,” Warren.
“We do these things because you can’t start a small business and at the same time try to the road in front of your house. … What happened in America is we have cut back on the investments in the infrastructure. Now we are spending about six-tenths of a percent on our infrastructure. China, by comparison, he is about five per cent of its GDP on the infrastructure.”
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The sweeping proposal by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, could cost as much as $93 trillion euros, or around 600 000 dollars per household, according to a January study co-authored by the former Director of the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office.
The unprecedented plan is not cheap, American Action Forum President Douglas Holtz-Eakin and his co-authors wrote in the study.
“The Green New Deal is clearly very expensive,” the study concluded. “Further expansion of the Federal role in some of the most important decisions of daily life, however, would be likely to have a lasting and harmful impact than its enormous price tag.”
At the same time, “the breadth of his proposals makes it daunting to assess the GND (Green New Deal) using the standard tools of policy analysis”, the study stated, noting that “many of the measures in the GND are redundant with other aspects, which also complicates an accurate analysis of how the interactions are difficult to predict.”
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While your city hall, expressed Warren, support for the reparations, and said they would return to consider the establishment of a panel”, slavery and discrimination in the colonies and the United States from 1619 to the present and recommend appropriate AIDS.”
“I think it’s time to start, the national, full-blown conversation about reparations,” Warren said on CNN, before adding: “ignore the problem will not work.”
According to a study published by the University of Connecticut researcher Thomas Craemer, the value of the work of a slave from 1776 until the end of the civil war in 1865 ranged from ranging from $5.9 to $14.2 trillion in 2009 dollars.
Warren was asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper, on whether they would support, financial compensation, to which she replied that she believes there is “to restructure a lot of ways,” possible redemption.
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Reparations would be the Federal government’s recognition of the continuing legacy of slavery and discrimination and the provision of payment to the concerned. Policy experts say it could cost trillions of dollars.
Scientists estimate that black families earn more than $57 for every$ 100 earned by white families, according to the Census Bureau, Current population survey.
The last costly a proposal backed by Warren on Tuesday night was a proposal from your universal childcare, would reportedly cost $700 billion over 10.
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Warren discussed the plan, and your early education proposal and how it would be paid on Monday evening.
“We get a 2-percent tax on 75,000, the richest families in this country, we would have enough money to have a universal child care, universal pre-k, universal pre-pre-k for every child in America and have always 2 trillion dollars. We can make it happen.”
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.