In this 2016 photo, the Space Needle is seen in view of still standing but now defunct stacks at the Nucor Steel plant in Seattle. Voters in Washington state will once again decide whether to charge large industrial emitters a carbon pollution fee to address climate change, two years after rejecting a proposal for the nation’s first carbon tax. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

In this 2016 photo, the Space Needle is seen in view of still standing but now defunct stacks at the Nucor Steel plant in Seattle. Voters in Washington state will once again decide whether to charge large industrial emitters a carbon pollution fee to address climate change, two years after rejecting a proposal for the nation’s first carbon tax. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

Take 2 for Washington state: Carbon fee on fall ballot

The oil industry is bankrolling the campaign to defeat it.

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