Sound Transit 3 car tab rollback threatens light rail to Everett

Commentary | April 19, 2017 | By John Burbank | Everett Herald

We all knew that our car tabs would increase a lot in 2017 to help fund Sound Transit. So when the first invoices arrived, the vast majority of people just paid their tabs. But a vocal minority, with big tabs from expensive cars, took their displeasure to Olympia, hoping that the Legislature would listen to their stories and disregard the will of the people. Now we have a bipartisan attack on Sound Transit, with both Republicans and Democrats offering proposals for defunding.

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