Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday unveiled a climate plan that includes eliminating carbon pollution from power plants by 2035, a push that is far more aggressive than Biden's previous climate positions. The plan also outlines $2 trillion in spending over the next four years intended to simultaneously address the coronavirus economic crisis and transition the country to renewable energy, according to the Biden campaign. The policies closely reflect the recommendations last week from task forces created by the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and former primary-season rival Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) as part of an effort to win over voters from the party's progressive wing.

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