Seattle Times: WA lawmakers rush to show climate act’s value before it goes to ballot

March 11, 2024

“One of the things that’s hard is getting money out the door,” said Mann, of Clean and Prosperous. “A lot of this is competitive grants that take time, and a lot of them are construction projects. Building EV charging stations doesn’t happen overnight.”

“We can point to a lot of funding, we can start now pointing to awards, and projects,” Mann continued. “But we are still in the infancy of the program, and it’s hard to yet point to projects on the ground.”

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