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    This page contains Congressional resolutions. Resolutions indicate the topics that legislators care about, but cannot legislate about.

19-HR0109 on Feb 7, 2019

Resolution: the Resolution on Green New Deal
Source: H.Res.109/S.Res.59
This resolution calls for the creation of a Green New Deal with the goals of:
  • achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions;
  • establishing millions of high-wage jobs and ensuring economic security for all;
  • investing in infrastructure and industry;
  • securing clean air and water, climate and community resiliency, healthy food, access to nature, and a sustainable environment for all; and
  • promoting justice and equality.
The resolution calls for accomplishment of these goals through a 10-year national mobilization effort. The resolution also enumerates the goals and projects of the mobilization effort, including:
  • building smart power grids (i.e., power grids that enable customers to reduce their power use during peak demand periods);
  • upgrading all existing buildings and constructing new buildings to achieve maximum energy and water efficiency;
  • removing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation and agricultural sectors;
  • cleaning up existing hazardous waste and abandoned sites;
  • ensuring businesspersons are free from unfair competition; and
  • providing higher education, high-quality health care, and affordable, safe, and adequate housing to all.

    Opposing argument from the Cato Institute, 2/24/2019: While reasonable people can disagree on some aspects of the Green New Deal's proposals, one fact is uncontroversial: the US cannot afford them. The Green New Deal would likely cost upwards of $6.6 trillion per year. The federal government should look for cheaper ways to address problems like climate change. Instead of the Green New Deal, the federal government could adopt a revenue??neutral carbon tax to decrease emissions without exacerbating the fiscal imbalance. Economists from across the political spectrum support carbon taxation as the most cost??effective way to address climate change. And a carbon tax would be most effective if uniformly adopted by other countries, too.


      Participating counts on VoteMatch question 18. Question 18: Prioritize green energy Scores: -2=Strongly oppose; -1=Oppose; 0=neutral; 1=Support; 2=Strongly support.
    • Topic: Energy & Oil
    • Headline: Green New Deal: 10-year national mobilization (Score: 1)
    • Headline 2: Sponsored Green New Deal: 10-year national mobilization (Score: 2)
    • Headline 3: blank

      Participating counts on AmericansElect question 2.
    • Headline: Green New Deal: 10-year national mobilization (Answer: B)
    • Headline 2: Sponsored Green New Deal: 10-year national mobilization (Answer: A)
    • Headline 3: blank
    • AmericansElect Quiz Question 2 on Energy: When you think about America’s energy needs, which of the following solutions comes closest to your opinion?
      • A: Strong investment in renewable energy like wind and solar
      • B: More drilling than investment in renewables (mix of both solutions)
      • C: More investment in renewable than drilling (mix of both solutions)
      • D: Strong focus on offshore drilling and allowing drilling in federal lands including wildlife reserves
      • E: Unsure


    • Key for participation codes:
    • Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
    • Memberships: c=chair; m=member; e=endorsed; f=profiled; s=scored
    • Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
    • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
    • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.



    Democrats participating in 19-HR0109

    Alma Adams s1oNorth Carolina Democratic House MemberFeb 25, 2019
    Pete Aguilar s1oCalifornia Democratic House MemberApr 22, 2019
    Nanette Barragan s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Karen Bass s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Earl Blumenauer s1oOregon Democrat 
    Richard Blumenthal s1sCT Democratic Sr Senator 
    Suzanne Bonamici s1oOregon Democrat 
    Cory Booker s1sNJ Democratic Jr Senator 
    Brendan Boyle s1oPennsylvania Democratic House Member 
    Salud Carbajal s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Joaquin Castro s1oTexas Democrat 
    Judy Chu s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    David Cicilline s1oRhode Island Democrat 
    Katherine Clark s1oMassachusetts Democrat 
    Yvette Clarke s1oNew York Democrat 
    Steve Cohen s1oTennessee Democrat 
    Bonnie Watson Coleman s1oNew Jersey Democratic House Member 
    Gerry Connolly s1oVirginia Democrat 
    Jim Cooper s1oTennessee DemocratNov 26, 2019
    Joe Courtney s1oConnecticut Democrat 
    Elijah Cummings s1oMaryland DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Danny Davis s1oIllinois DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Susan Davis s1oCalifornia DemocratJun 25, 2019
    Peter Defazio s1oOregon Democrat 
    Rosa DeLauro s1oConnecticut Democrat 
    Mark DeSaulnier s1oCalifornia Democratic House Member 
    Lloyd Doggett s1oTexas DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Eliot Engel s1oNew York Democrat/Liberal 
    Veronica Escobar s1oTexas Democrat 
    Anna Eshoo s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Adriano Espaillat s1oNew York Democrat 
    Marcia Fudge s1oOhio DemocratSep 12, 2019
    John Garamendi s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Kirsten Gillibrand s1sNew York Democrat 
    Jimmy Gomez s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Raul Grijalva s1oArizona Democrat 
    Kamala Harris s1sCA Democratic nominee for Vice President; California Senator 
    Alcee Hastings s1oFlorida Democrat 
    Jahana Hayes s1oConnecticut DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Martin Heinrich s1sNew Mexico Democrat (Senate run 2012)Sep 23, 2019
    Brian Higgins s1oNew York Democrat 
    Mazie Hirono s1sHawaii Democrat (Senate run 2012) 
    Jared Huffman s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Sheila Jackson Lee s1oTexas DemocratNov 14, 2019
    Pramila Jayapal s1oWashington Democrat 
    Joe Kennedy III s1oMA Democratic Senate challenger 
    Amy Klobuchar s1sMN Democrat/DFL Sr Senator 
    John Larson s1oConnecticut Democrat 
    Barbara Lee s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Andy Levin s1oMichigan Democrat 
    Mike Levin s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Ted Lieu s1oCalifornia Democratic House Member 
    Zoe Lofgren s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Alan Lowenthal s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Nita Lowey s1oNew York DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Ben Ray Lujan s1oNew Mexico DemocratMay 1, 2019
    Steve Lynch s1oMassachusetts Democrat (Senate run 2013) 
    Carolyn Maloney s1oNew York Democrat/Liberal 
    Sean Maloney s1oNew York Democrat 
    Ed Markey s2pMA Democratic Senator 
    Doris Matsui s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Betty McCollum s1oMinnesota Democrat 
    Jim McGovern s1oMassachusetts Democrat 
    Gregory Meeks s1oNew York Dem./Working-Families 
    Grace Meng s1oNew York Democrat 
    Jeff Merkley s1sOR Democratic Jr Senator 
    Gwen Moore s1oWisconsin DemocratDec 16, 2019
    Seth Moulton s1oMA Democratic candidate for President; U.S. Rep from MA-6 
    Debbie Mucarsel-Powell s1oFlorida Democrat 
    Jerrold Nadler s1oNew York Dem./Lib./Working-Families 
    Grace Napolitano s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Joe Neguse s1oColorado Democrat 
    Eleanor Holmes Norton s1oDistrict of Columbia Democrat 
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez s2pNew York Democrat 
    Jimmy Panetta s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Bill Pascrell s1oNew Jersey DemocratMar 25, 2019
    Chellie Pingree s1oMaine Democrat 
    Mark Pocan s1oWisconsin Democrat 
    Ayanna Pressley s1oMassachusetts Democrat 
    David Eugene Price s1oNorth Carolina DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Mike Quigley s1oIllinois Democrat 
    Jamie Raskin s1oMaryland Democrat 
    Gregorio Sablan s1oMarianas Democrat 
    Linda Sanchez s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Bernie Sanders s1sPOTUS Democratic Presidential candidate 
    John Sarbanes s1oMaryland DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Adam Schiff s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Bobby Scott s1oVirginia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Brad Sherman s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    David Adam Smith s1oWashington DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Jackie Speier s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
    Mark Takano s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Mike Thompson s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Rashida Tlaib s1oMichigan Democrat 
    Lori Trahan s1oMassachusetts Democrat 
    Tom Udall s1sNew Mexico Democrat (Senate 2008)Sep 23, 2019
    Chris Van Hollen s1sMaryland Democrat (retiring 2016)Mar 25, 2019
    Juan Vargas s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Nydia Velazquez s1oNew York Democrat/Working-Families 
    Elizabeth Warren s1sMA Democratic Challenger 
    Maxine Waters s1oCalifornia Democrat 
    Peter Welch s1oVermont Democrat 
    Ron Wyden s1sOR Democratic Sr Senator 



    Republicans participating in 19-HR0109



    Independents participating in 19-HR0109

    Eric Swalwell s1oCA Presidential candidate (withdrawn); U.S. Rep from CA-15Feb 25, 2019



    Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

    Democrats: 103
    Republicans: 0
    Independents: 1


















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