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Tag: Green New Deal
Trump Plugs Military Spending for Reelection
The president is making an aggressive effort to parlay Pentagon funding into political support, writes William D. Hartung in this economic analysis of other — and better — job creators.
There’s Still No ‘Green New Deal’ Bill in Congress
Today there’s no climate bill to vote on, there’s no bill in the pipeline and it is unlikely that there will be one soon, warns Arn Menconi.
The Greening of the New Deal
Charges that the Green New Deal will crash the budget and serve as an antechamber to socialism are just as bogus as similar arguments against its Depression-era predecessor, writes Steve Fraser.
Labor and Environment Movement’s Complex Stance on Green New Deal
Aviva Chomsky reports on the complexities of labor’s response to the Green New Deal and little-known divisions over the plan within the environmental movement.
Senate Energy Democrats Hire Former Industry Lobbyist to Lead Staff
A contradiction is unfolding inside the party as it pushes for a Green New Deal, writes Steve Horn.