Rep. Jacobsen speaks against another bad energy bill that would hurt Washington families

Rep. Cyndy Jacobsen, R-Puyallup, opposes a bill that would make changes to Washington’s Climate Commitment Act that are designed to make the state’s program more compatible with California and Quebec’s linked cap-and-invest carbon market. The bill intends to facilitate the negotiation of a “linkage agreement” that would be entered into by the Director of Ecology on behalf of Washington. However, Jacobsen explains how it’s going to hurt low- and middle- income families. Click below to watch.


Washington State House Republican Communications