"I think everyone on our side would say that the Green New Deal is a little bit much", Michigan Representative Fred Upton told journalists.
In other words, the fact that the Green New Deal divides the Democratic Party is a feature, not a bug.
Although Dice may have intentionally started and spread this bit of misinformation, it wasn't the only item that sowed confusion regarding the actual contents of the Green New Deal bill.
Ocasio-Cortez's team has said that they plan to publish an official FAQ for the Green New Deal as the resolution moves forward.
Hockett was apparently referring to the series of tweets the Democratic lawmaker made on Thursday, when she posted and criticized parody versions of the Green New Deal FAQ, including one that said, effective immediately, "males should urinate into an empty milk jug instead of a toilet".
"I don't agree with us having to take away flying in the air, or taking away coal and things like that".
The folks dying in West Virginia aren't an accident.
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But at least one of the chief policy architects of the resolution isn't looking to make other proposals look good; he's trying to make other Democrats look bad.
"We are not only being disrupted by economic change, we're being disrupted by climate change", Buttigieg said.
"Now is the time to be bold and unapologetic in our demand for solutions to rampant economic insecurity and the climate crisis".
It also moves climate change into the spotlight as the US heads toward the 2020 presidential election.
So said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as she kicked off questioning about current United States campaign-finance laws Wednesday at a House committee hearing on government ethics, Vox reports.
The plan does not explicitly call for eliminating the use of fossil fuels, The Associated Press reported.
As Presente.org executive director Matt Nelson charged: "Families across the country deserve to live in safe communities, free from climate devastation and harmful fossil fuel production; and we deserve a Congress who is not afraid to protect our climate and all the people".