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Report: Green New Deal Would Cost More Than $70,000 Per U.S. Household in First Year

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

A new study by the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) shows that the Green New Deal, a federal plan to allegedly combat global warming, would cost American families – in the five states studied -- more than $70,000 for electricity, upgrades in vehicles, housing, and shipping in the first year of the plan’s operation.

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