Washington - SB6203 - 2018

Reducing carbon pollution by moving to a clean energy economy.

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Added On: 02-12-2018
Updated On: 03-13-2018
Status: Introduced
Primary Sponsor: Reuven Carlyle (Democratic)





Actions (16)

  • 01-10-2018 - First reading, referred to Energy, Environment & Technology.
  • 01-16-2018 - Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Energy, Environment & Technology at 10:00 AM.
  • 02-01-2018 - Minority; without recommendation.
  • 02-01-2018 - Minority; do not pass.
  • 02-01-2018 - And refer to Ways & Means.
  • 02-01-2018 - EENT - Majority; 1st substitute bill be substituted, do pass.
  • 02-01-2018 - Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Energy, Environment & Technology at 6:00 PM.
  • 02-02-2018 - Referred to Ways & Means.
  • 02-15-2018 - Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Ways & Means at 3:30 PM.
  • 02-22-2018 - WM - Majority; 2nd substitute bill be substituted, do pass.
  • 02-22-2018 - Minority; do not pass.
  • 02-22-2018 - Minority; without recommendation.
  • 02-22-2018 - Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Ways & Means at 3:30 PM.
  • 02-23-2018 - Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
  • 02-28-2018 - Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
  • 03-02-2018 - Senate Rules "X" file.

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News (2)

Washington State Carbon Pricing Bill Passes Senate Environment, Energy, & Technology Committee - National Caucus of Environmental Legislators
Published by ncel.net
Mon, 05 Feb 2018 16:00:31 GMT

A revised version of SB 6203, bill to put a price on carbon in Washington State, was passed by the Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee. The bill has moved to the Senate Ways and Means committee for further consideration before going to ...

Washington state $10-a-ton carbon-tax proposal takes key step in Legislature - Seattle Times
Published by seattletimes.com
Sat, 03 Feb 2018 03:22:03 GMT

Earlier this year, Senate Minority Leader Mark Schoesler, R-Ritzville, said he wanted to see a constitutional amendment to make sure lawmakers couldn't later expand the tax. The new version of SB 6203 approved Thursday represents a substantial ...