We must continue to reduce carbon emissions to keep Washington a great place to live and work. But new energy taxes that target Washington households and businesses are not the right approach. That’s why a diverse group of labor, business, and agricultural groups formed the No On 732 campaign.


The No On 732 Coalition

Aerospace Machinists Industrial District Lodge 751

American Exploration and Mining Association

Association of Washington Business

Automotive United Trades Organization

Bellevue Chamber of Commerce

Carpenters Local 129

Certified Electrical Workers of Washington

Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce

Industrial Customers of Northwest Utilities

IUOE Local 370

Kelso-Longview Chamber of Commerce

Lakewood Chamber of Commerce

Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce

National Frozen Foods Corporation

Northwest Food Processors Association

Northwest Pulp & Paper Association

Pasco Chamber of Commerce

Puyallup-Sumner Chamber of Commerce

Spokane Regional Labor Council

Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce

Tri-City Regional Chamber Board

United Steelworkers Local 338

Washington Food Industry Association

Washington Association of Wheat Growers

Washington Cattlemen’s Association

Washington Economic Development Association

Washington Farm Bureau

Washington Oil Marketers Association

Washington Potato & Onion Association

Washington State Council of Farmer Cooperatives

Washington State Dairy Federation

Washington State Tree Fruit Association

Washington Trucking Association

In addition to our campaign, many other activists and organizations in the environmental community, labor movement, and social justice movement do not support I-732, including:

350 Seattle

Benton PUD

Clallam PUD

Clark PUD

Climate Solutions

Community to Community

Cowlitz PUD

Franklin PUD

Front and Centered


Got Green

Grant PUD

Grays Harbor PUD

Lewis PUD

Mason 1 PUD

Mason 3 PUD

One America

Puget Sound SAGE

The Sierra Club

Washington Conservation Voters

Washington Environmental Council

Washington State Democratic Party

The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO