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Funding for wildfire resilience is another reason to vote ‘no’ on Initiative 2117

At stake: Climate Commitment Act's millions of state dollars for wildfire resilence

A helicopter drops water on the Lake Whatcom Fire as smoke emerges from the trees from the fires being extinguished.
A helicopter drops water on the Lake Whatcom Fire in August 2023. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amanda Monthei Guest Writer
Last summer, Washington state experienced a spate of devastating wildfires — the Tunnel Five Fire,
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