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Jay Inslee Running For President To Avert Climate Change

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Jay Inslee joined the 2020 presidential race with the hope to deliver a $1.2 trillion plan. The new Democratic candidate wants to bring environmental justice to poor, polluted communities. According to the Huffington Post, Inslee has a comprehensive plan for climate change. His team has nearly 200 pages of policy, offering a way to cut emissions and avert climate catastrophe. This plan includes a way to generate 100 percent of electricity through renewable energy in about a decade.

Added on the 04/08/2019 08:26:00 - Copyright : Wochit

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