Carbon cap, climate action fund in Washington state could face backlash
Washington state’s Climate Commitment Act has raised more than $2.2 billion for action on climate change since it was introduced in 2021, but it could be at risk of reversal this fall. An initiative aimed a repealing the law is likely to be on the ballot in the state this November, with much of the criticism of the act centering on the state’s nation-leading high gas prices.
For more on the law and the risks posed to it continuing, host Scott Tong speaks to Kate Yoder, staff writer at Grist.
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