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Michael Bloomberg / A Green New Deal Announcement

January 29, 2019

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday endorsed the idea of a "Green New Deal" that many House Democrats support, but said Democrats need to chase an "achievable" version of the bill, not a "pie in the sky" version.

"It's also been so good to see so many Democrats embrace the idea of a 'Green New Deal.' That idea has been around for a very long time," Bloomberg said in a speech at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire.

"A lot of elected officials have embraced the idea of a 'Green New Deal,' and that's great. It's become fashionable to do so," Bloomberg said. "But I think it's time as a party that we started putting some meat on the bone and laying out exactly how a 'Green New Deal' — what it should include, and I believe that that plan should be bold and ambitious, and most importantly, achievable."

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