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Ways to Share NO on 1631 TV Commercials

26 Sep 2018 7:08 AM | Melissa Burgess (Administrator)

Below you will find links to the two TV commercials the NO on 1631 coalition is currently running. We encourage you to share them with your staff and members. And, if you aren't already. please follow and like us on our social media channels: Twitter and Facebook

Sabrina Jones-Exemptions

https://votenoon1631.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/NOon1631_JONES-EXEMPTIONS_TV30_V1J_091818.mp4

Title: “Sabrina Jones - Exemptions”

Description: Small business owner Sabrina Jones explains that why, Initiative 1631 is a deeply flawed and poorly written proposal – claiming to reduce pollution but exempting many of the state’s largest polluters.  I-1631 places the cost burden of its new $2.3 billion energy tax on Washington families and small businesses. We invite voters to look into the facts at FactsAbout1631.com. 

1631 Facts

https://votenoon1631.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/20180914d_NOon1631_productionAd_540.mp4

Title: “I-1631 Facts”

Description: I-1631 would create a new energy tax that would force Washington families and consumers to pay more than $2.3 billion in higher costs for gasoline and heating fuel, and hundreds of millions more in higher energy bills for electricity and natural gas.  I-1631’s new energy tax would automatically increase every year, with no cap. Please look into facts at FactsAbout1631.com.  

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