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CLEAN ENERGY HB1646-2017-18 and SB 5509 which promoted an equitable clean energy economy by creating a carbon tax that would allow investment in clean energy, clean air, healthy forests and Washington communities failed to pass the 2018 legislature this past session.


If you want to contact your local politicians, you can do so in the following ways:


You may send a brief message to your district legislators through the in-state toll-free Hotline number: 800.562.6000.


You may send an e-mail message to your legislator by using the legislator e-mail services at

Methods for Contacting Your Legislators

The Washington State Legislature offers several methods for contacting legislators, leaving messages, and providing individual positions on bills and subject matters. Methods for contacting legislators are as follows: (1) bill comment form, (2) member e-mail forms, (3) direct email, (4) U.S. Postal Service [using addresses listed on the member directory pages: House / Senate], and (5) by phone.

Questions regarding contacting your legislators, attending classes, or general legislative business can be directed to

JoAnne Sandell, WSFGC Legislation Chairman

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