"With such wide ranging estimates, KIRO 7 reached out to Roberton Williams, a professor at the University of Maryland and senior fellow at Resources for the Future, an independent research group. 'I've done a back-of-the envelope sanity check on the other numbers that's in the ballpark of $300 per household per year at the rate that it's starting at,' Williams said. Williams said household cost estimates vary based on how much someone drives a gas car and how big their home is to heat."
What would I-1631's carbon fee cost you?
Media Highlight from KIRO 7 News — Oct. 30, 2018