The Green Party's statewide candidates are outlining major parts of their policy agenda today, including what they call "social ownership of the economy."
They want to create public banks, transition the energy system to public ownership, and encouarge more worker cooperatives.
If that all sounds like socialism to you, well, it does to them too.
But this is certainly not in response to the new wave of support for Democratic socialism.
Talking more about the policies are candidate for governor Howie Hawkins, and comptroller candidate Mark Dunlea.