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(Bellevue, WA)  --  Washington Governor Jay Inslee says he wants to generate 12-billion dollars in revenue to fund state transportation projects.  The governor says some of that revenue would come from implementing a 400-million-dollar-a-year "carbon pollution charge" on industrial polluters.  He says the 12-billion-dollar package would also be funded through bonds, tolls, and other fees.  Inslee is introducing portions of his proposed two-year budget this week before he submits the entire package to lawmakers tomorrow.

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