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Democratic Moderates Only Fuel the Conservative Case Against Socialism

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The Hill cites CEI's new study with Power the Future, "What the Green New Deal Could Cost a Typical Household."

The “wishlist economics” of the Democrats is not merely confined to health care. A recent study by the Competitive Enterprise Institute and Power the Future concludes that the Green New Deal, cosponsored by several Democratic candidates and supported by several more, would cost the average household at least $70,000 in the first year of its rollout. Such enormous taxpayer costs are partially why John Hickenlooper said that the proposal would wind up being a “disaster at the ballot box.”

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