The No on 732 Campaign is Misleading Voters
A prominent national energy economist says the No on 732 campaign’s claims that the price of electricity will increase by 20 percent in 2020 under Initiative 732 are “implausible.”
Pay less at the cash register.
Provide a tax credit of up to $1,500 a year for 460,000 low-income households.
Keep good, living-wage manufacturing jobs in Washington.
Pay for the tax cuts and tax the right thing – pollution.
Get in touch with your local chapter and start sharing I-732 with your neighbors.
The Yes on 732 campaign realizes and respects that every organization, just like every voter, has a right to their own priorities and positions in regard to Initiative 732. That being said, FUSE’s published materials are WRONG about I-732. Not only do they contain inaccurate information, but FUSE has also ignored or refused multiple attempts by I-732 leadership to engage in dialogue about the initiative. You can read FUSE’s position on I-732 and our response below.
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WA State Senator and Candidate for Lieutenant Governor
Former President of Starbucks North America
WA State Representative
Former King County Executive
I-732 was created by students, activists, scientists, economists and concerned citizens who believe that we have a moral obligation to reduce carbon pollution and to make our tax system fairer and more sustainable. We realized we couldn’t wait any longer for someone else to address climate change — that ordinary citizens need to act now. Our policy will promote cleaner energy and
clearer skies (it’s worked elsewhere!) and it will get the job done without higher taxes, expensive new regulations, or big bureaucracies.
Carbon Washington is the organization we formed to gather signatures, collect donations and run our initiative campaign.
More than 360,000 citizens signed our petition. I-732 will be on the statewide ballot in November. You can help by talking with your friends and neighbors, signing up for our weekly email blast, connecting with us on Facebook and Twitter, and donating so we can get our message to more people. You can also join one of our chapters across the state.
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