How Biden’s climate plan compares to the Green New Deal

At the first presidential debate on Tuesday night, former Vice President Joe Biden said point-blank that he does not support the Green New Deal — a progressive plan which not only aims to aggressively tackle climate change but also encompasses many other issues like social justice, jobs, housing and health care. 



a man wearing a suit and tie: Biden Kicks Off Presidential Campaing in Philadelphia


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Biden Kicks Off Presidential Campaing in Philadelphia

In response, President Trump pounced on what appeared to be an opportunity to underscore that point to Biden’s base, saying, “That’s a big statement… you just lost the radical left.”

But this was not actually a new position for Biden. Instead, he explained, “I support the Biden plan that I put forward” — a $2 trillion proposal that is more narrow and less aggressive than the far-reaching Green New Deal.

Their exchange reveals the needle that Biden is threading in his campaign, between trying to

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How Joe Biden’s climate plan compares to the Green New Deal

At the first presidential debate on Tuesday night, former Vice President Joe Biden said point-blank that he does not support the Green New Deal — a progressive plan which not only aims to aggressively tackle climate change but also encompasses many other issues like social justice, jobs, housing and health care. 

In response, President Trump pounced on what appeared to be an opportunity to underscore that point to Biden’s base, saying, “That’s a big statement… you just lost the radical left.”

But this was not actually a new position for Biden. Instead, he explained, “I support the Biden plan that I put forward” — a $2 trillion proposal that is more narrow and less aggressive than the far-reaching Green New Deal.

Their exchange reveals the needle that Biden is threading in his campaign, between trying to win the confidence of climate crusaders on the left while not alienating more moderate

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The 2020 Election and Auto: Cars.com Compares Each Presidential Candidate’s Automotive Policies

CHICAGO, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Cars.com (NYSE: CARS) is a leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider. The Cars.com team of experts explored the differences in each candidate’s platforms and looked into major impacts the upcoming election will have on the automotive market and American consumers. The full report can be found at Cars.com/news/election2020.

“The first point people should understand about the auto industry is that vehicles are manufactured for years in essentially the same form based on an enormous upfront investment — vehicle platforms last 6.7 years on average,” said Joe Wiesenfelder, executive editor for Cars.com. “Contrast this with a four-year presidential term, and it’s hard to accept any claim that a president or nominee has changed, or could change, where automakers conduct final assembly in short order, even though this is where the current candidates are making most of their campaign claims and pledges.”

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The 2020 Election and Auto: Cars.com Compares Each Presidential Candidate’s Automotive Policies | News

– October 1, 2020

Cars.com outlines what a President Donald Trump reelection or a Former Vice President Joe Biden presidency means for the future of the automotive industry and car shopping 

CHICAGO, Oct. 1, 2020 — Cars.com (NYSE: CARS) is a leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider. The Cars.com team of experts explored the differences in each candidate’s platforms and looked into major impacts the upcoming election will have on the automotive market and American consumers. The full report can be found at Cars.com/news/election2020.

“The first point people should understand about the auto industry is that vehicles are manufactured for years in essentially the same form based on an enormous upfront investment — vehicle platforms last 6.7 years on average,” said Joe Wiesenfelder, executive editor for Cars.com. “Contrast this with a four-year presidential term, and it’s hard to accept any claim that a president or nominee has

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Cars.com Compares Each Presidential Candidate’s Automotive Policies

CHICAGO, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Cars.com (NYSE: CARS) is a leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider. The Cars.com team of experts explored the differences in each candidate’s platforms and looked into major impacts the upcoming election will have on the automotive market and American consumers. The full report can be found at Cars.com/news/election2020.

“The first point people should understand about the auto industry is that vehicles are manufactured for years in essentially the same form based on an enormous upfront investment — vehicle platforms last 6.7 years on average,” said Joe Wiesenfelder, executive editor for Cars.com. “Contrast this with a four-year presidential term, and it’s hard to accept any claim that a president or nominee has changed, or could change, where automakers conduct final assembly in short order, even though this is where the current candidates are making most of their campaign claims and pledges.”

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