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December 29, 2015 4:01 PM

Carbon tax may well be in our future

Backers of Initiative 732 plan to turn in more than 357,000 voter signatures to force legislative or voter action on a carbon tax

British Columbia enacted a carbon tax to fight climate change years ago and its economy continued to grow, I-732 backers note

Gov. Jay Inslee and some environmental groups have favored asking voters to consider a cap-and-trade system like California’s

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