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Lawrence Jones, asks the people in Washington, DC, about the Green New Deal; reaction from Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov, and Lawrence Jones.
House Republicans announced Wednesday that they have entered a demolition of the controversial “Green New Deal” and a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the sweeping Democratic proposal in the Congressional Record after the delete of the document from the website of the Rep. of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY
“It is very important that the American people see that there are pressing for transparency about what [Democrats],” Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., told reporters the house GOP’s weekly press conference. “And we will call you on (house) speaker (Nancy) Pelosi, D-Calif.), you set this up for a vote on the floor.
“We believe that Democrats must be held accountable. If you do this, as they say, and as their presidential candidate,” Cheney added:” then let us vote and see to what extent you all go to behind in the direction of this kind of fantasy.”
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According to the outline, which can still be viewed via the Internet archive service Wayback machine, the Green New Deal, “a 10-year plan to create a greenhouse gas neutral society” by what he describes as “a world war 2-scale mobilization, the robust and creative economic engine of the United States to the reversal of climate change due to the complete rebuilding of our crumbling infrastructure, the restoration of our natural ecosystems, dramatic expansion of renewable electricity generation, the overhaul of our entire transportation system, update all our buildings, jumpstarting US clean production (and) the transformation of agriculture in the United States.”
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The outline says the Green New Deal would be “(e)conomic security for all who are not able or not willing to.” He also notes that the proposal the goal of “net-zero, but as zero-emission because we are not sure that we will be able to complete the emissions from cows, or in the air on the way to get rid of, for example, before then.”
Cheney’s request Pelosi to the Green New Deal resolution up for a vote on the house floor follows a similar train of Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who said on Tuesday that he would bring the matter before the upper chamber of the Congress, “give each a Chance to go on record.”
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The Green New Deal is already supported by at least five senators seeking the democratic nomination for President: Cory Booker from New Jersey, Kirsten Gillibrand in New York, Kamala Harris, of California, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota. Vermont Independent sen. Bernie Sanders, the could also be the input of the primaries, is another supporter.
Klobuchar described the Green New Deal as “ambitious” in an interview Tuesday night with Fox News’ “special report with Bret Baier.”
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“I see it as a starting help,” Klobuchar said. “So I would vote Yes, but I would also — if it’s down to the nitty-gritty of the … current legislation, in contrast to,” oh, here are some goals we have are, ” that would be different for me.”
A seventh potential candidate in the year 2020, the Ohio Democratic sen. Sherrod Brown, pointedly declined Tuesday to attach his name released, and liberal activists’ claim that he has the support of the Green New Deal, in order to prove that his commitment to the issue.
“I don’t need to co-sponsor every bill, the others think that you need to show co-sponsor, my progressive policy,” Brown told reporters.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.