FILE - In this Oct. 17, 2018, file photo, a supporter of Initiative 1631 holds a sign referencing the Nisqually Indian Tribe during a rally supporting I-1631, a November ballot measure in Washington state that would charge a fee on carbon emissions from fossil fuels. Money has poured into the state for the campaign against I-1631, mostly from oil companies.
FILE - In this Oct. 17, 2018, file photo, a supporter of Initiative 1631 holds a sign referencing the Nisqually Indian Tribe during a rally supporting I-1631, a November ballot measure in Washington state that would charge a fee on carbon emissions from fossil fuels. Money has poured into the state for the campaign against I-1631, mostly from oil companies. Ted S. Warren, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Oct. 17, 2018, file photo, a supporter of Initiative 1631 holds a sign referencing the Nisqually Indian Tribe during a rally supporting I-1631, a November ballot measure in Washington state that would charge a fee on carbon emissions from fossil fuels. Money has poured into the state for the campaign against I-1631, mostly from oil companies. Ted S. Warren, File AP Photo

Carbon fee faltering in early returns, but soda tax ban and gun, police reforms look likely to pass

November 06, 2018 09:41 PM