First and foremost, I support almost all the goals in this bill and I believe they would make America a more prosperous and just society for the country's long-term future. However, I question the motives of the resolution since it most definitely will not go anywhere. I imagine its to get the conversation going with the hopes of having a more thorough discussion about an actual bill in 2020? Regardless, I question the financing of the bill and its long-term impact on the economy and social turmoil. Could the country with its current vitriol come to accept taxing the rich at 70%? Will their be a study to determine how that would effect the economy for the long-term? Are there other methods such as a carbon tax that would be more linked to climate change and actually help execute the goals of the bill while also funding it? If the bill seeks to provide guaranteed economic security for those willing and unwilling to work - is this alluding to universal basic income? If so, this does not seem the appropriate bill to fund that through. I sincerely support the efforts to include, support, and foster leaders of disadvantaged communities, especially those disadvantaged through environmental justice issues. Too often do bills ignore these communities or simply cast them aside.