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If Michael Bloomberg decides to support a wealth tax, I welcome Michael Bloomberg to this race. If not, it's very clear that Michael Bloomberg should not be the Democratic nominee, we can not afford to have a Democratic nominee in 2020 who does not support asking the wealthy to pay more to address the enormous inequality in our society.
I don't think it's right for the government to tell them that we're going to scrap a 75-year-old system. If you like it, keep doing it, if the public option is cheaper and better for you, then you can go to your employer and say pay me the money you're spending on my health care, I'll buy the public option.
I've spent over a decade fighting oil companies and beating them at the ballot box. I've led the charge for clean energy across the country at the ballot box, i've worked to stop pipelines. I've worked to stop fossil fuel plants. We're talking about the future, but you can look at my history and know that this is something that is an absolutely top priority for me.
That's exactly what you look for in an organization -- that you have rules that are enforced by the organization when something that is not proper occurs, businessman Tom Steyer deal with it with the highest possible integrity, Businessman Tom Steyer actually walk the walk of doing the right thing, and then Businessman Tom Steyer move on.
As millions of young people enter the political debate, they deserve a chance to be represented by elected officials who will address their concerns, discuss their ideas, and take action on the issues that affect their lives, in 2018, young voters will be critical in races across the country, and it is time progressive candidates pay attention to the youth vote.