Washington lawmakers are weighing a public works spending plan of more than $1 billion that would be funded by revenue bonds backed by hazardous material taxes.

Senate Democrats are putting together the package and are still trying to get Republicans — who have indicated some interest — fully on board, according to the Seattle Times.

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