By Aspen Anderson
Wsdhington State Journal 

Voters to decide fate of state's climate act

 

Last updated 3/6/2024 at 9:55am

Protestors and signature gatherers on the citizen initiatives gather on the capitol steps, with some holding signs to "Stop the hidden gas tax."

The debate over how Washington reduces greenhouse gasses is headed for a showdown in November.

To supporters, The Climate Commitment Act (CCA) is a "gold standard" environmental policy, because it sets carbon limits on polluters who must pay if they don't meet emission goals.

To critics, the program is failing because it isn't really reducing emissions, is pushing up the cost of gasoline and much...



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