Cars are becoming more fuel efficient, mass transit is growing in the Puget Sound Region, and Washington’s power grid is becoming greener. Together, we have made great progress and continue to lead the country in energy innovation.
But it’s no secret that working families rely on gas to get to work and take their kids to school, farmers rely on diesel to power tractors and harvest food, and all of us rely on the trucks that deliver goods to our ports, stores, and front doors. This reality means that we must have access to affordable fuel for businesses to continue operating and for families to live their lives.
Join employers, farmers, and citizens from across the state by urging the governor and the legislature to keep fuel affordable in Washington.