Abigail Doerr, campaign director for Yes on 1631, holds up an initiative petition with signatures on it at a May 10 rally to kick off the campaign for “Yes on 1631,” a coalition in favor of Initiative 1631, which would levee a fee on carbon and other greenhouse-gas emissions in Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Abigail Doerr, campaign director for Yes on 1631, holds up an initiative petition with signatures on it at a May 10 rally to kick off the campaign for “Yes on 1631,” a coalition in favor of Initiative 1631, which would levee a fee on carbon and other greenhouse-gas emissions in Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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