For the purpose of clarity and for my own use in comprehending the content, I copied and pasted the text of the legislation for the Green New Deal (House Resolution 109) into an MSWord .doc file and reformatted the language in less daunting form so it can be read more easily (hopefully). It contains the same language, but in a smoother context, one that I find renders it less intimidating so I could actually make sense of it.
I thought I would pass it on to you, so hopefully you’ll take the time to read it. Granted, it’s not much in the headlines these days, given the feud and fuss over the de-fanged and blacked-out Mueller Report, which, it turns out, is quite an indictment of Trump as it is… but rest assured, the people who rolled out the Green New Deal are not about to give up and neither should you. The problems it points out are not going to vanish and the solutions it presents are bold, viable, and absolutely necessary for the future of us all.
I’ve included links to both the original text and my own format below:
If you like to read legislative text in the raw, (some people are like that) go here:
But if you are legislatively challenged and want to read the MSWord outline I created for easier reading, go here:
Click here to read the Green New Deal in plain English format
Feel free to copy it and pass it on to anyone who might benefit. The more people who are aware of what it actually says, the less chance there is that Koch and Exxon funded think-tanks can fool us by trying to put out disinformation.
I’ll be writing more about it in the future, but I thought that this profoundly interesting and even engaging introduction to the content of the program might be worth a look: