Green New Deal Emerges As Wedge Issue On Climate Change In Democratic Debate

DETROIT ― It took nearly 90 minutes for CNN moderators to ask 10 Democratic presidential contenders anything about climate change in a debate Tuesday night during which the questioners seemed to focus so often on conservative talking points that several candidates chided them of amplifying Republican messaging. 

Given that framing, it’s no surprise the first climate question went to former Rep. John Delaney of Maryland, an avowed centrist whose best-known climate stance is his opposition to the Green New Deal

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