Sen. Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah) released a legislative proposal to make changes to Washington’s Climate Commitment Act (CCA), which would lower gas prices, improve fuel price transparency, and help ensure Washington’s climate action is balanced with affordability. “The Climate Commitment Act was a good idea, and I voted for it. The climate crisis is real, and the investments made possible by the CCA in clean energy, green jobs, and protecting folks from pollution are important. But any major program is going to need fixes and updates as time goes on, and I think it’s clear the CCA could use some work to lower the impact it’s having on gas prices and help the families and small businesses who are feeling the ...Read More
First elected to the Senate in 2012, Mark is currently the Vice Chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee, where he also serves as the leader of the Senate’s capital budget team. The capital budget makes infrastructure investments across Washington, funding affordable housing, school construction, health care facilities, environmental projects, and much more, while creating tens of thousands of jobs. Mark also serves on the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee and the Senate Business, Financial Services, Gaming & Trade Committee.
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