State policymakers want to extend the diversion of $5 million a year in litter-tax money to state parks, despite the awful mess along Washington state highways.
State policymakers want to extend the diversion of $5 million a year in litter-tax money to state parks, despite the awful mess along Washington state highways. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
State policymakers want to extend the diversion of $5 million a year in litter-tax money to state parks, despite the awful mess along Washington state highways. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

It’s called the ‘litter’ tax, but half goes to Washington state parks instead of roadside cleanup

April 16, 2017 8:53 AM

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