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Legislative Scorecard 2007-2008

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The Washington legislative Scorecard for the 2007-2008 sessions.

We are proud to release the Legislative Scorecard 2007-2008 - your personal reference on the effectiveness of legislators on environmental issues. This is the tool that holds legislators accountable on the issues that you care about. You can click on the picture of the Scorecard or on the link at the bottom of this page to download the pdf.

The Washington State Legislature achieved significant progress on many environmental issues in 2007 and 2008. Great strides were made to restore Puget Sound to health, eliminate toxic chemicals from our homes and communities, and continue the fight against global warming.

We are always looking for ways to lessen our impact on the environment. We appreciate you taking the time to download this document and save some resources. Thank you for helping us share this valuable information with you in a greener and more environmentally friendly way.

The document is best viewed using the most recent of adobe acrobat viewer. If you don't have a pdf reader you can download one for free.

The download is about 2mb so if you are on dial-up or are unable to download the file, please email sudha@wcvoters.org.

 

You can also use the following links to access the corresponding parts of the Scorecard (full scores and score chart are only available via the pdf download).

Dear Scorecard Reader (Scorecard Introduction)

Legislator of the Year 2007: Senator Phil Rockefeller

Legislator of the Year 2008: Senator Chris Marr

Senate Environmental Champions

House Environmental Champions

Senate Good Green Deeds

House Good Green Deeds

 

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Chris Hawkins headshot“The environment has always been a passion of mine, and now I have a 6 month old – I feel our survival depends on the long-term viability of our ecological systems, so this needs to be a priority for our public policy and our elected officials.” - Chris Hawkins, Thurston Conservation Voters.

 
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