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As state's CO2 tax faces voters, Inslee Administration using taxpayer funds to campaign for policy

The use of taxpayer-resources to promote the CO2 tax follows the decision by the legislature to send one-time checks of $200 to utility customers funded by the Climate Commitment Act just two-months before the November election. It is part of a pattern we are likely to see accelerate as the vote on I-2117, which would repeal the CO2 tax, draws near.

The new Climate Commitment Act logo is from a web page created by the Inslee Administration that includes branding guidelines for what fonts (Oswald Regular and Poppins Bold), sizes (must be more than 100 px), and colors (CMYK: 92, 49, 60, 35) for...


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