Jeff Jackson of Lacey affixes new tabs to the plates of his 1985 Oldsmobile in 1999. Car tabs were a big story that year, as Washington voters adopted Initiative 695 to hold the cost to $30. (I-695 was later overturned by the state Supreme Court.) Expensive car tabs are a big story again this year after voters approved increased fees last November as part of Sound Transit 3.
Jeff Jackson of Lacey affixes new tabs to the plates of his 1985 Oldsmobile in 1999. Car tabs were a big story that year, as Washington voters adopted Initiative 695 to hold the cost to $30. (I-695 was later overturned by the state Supreme Court.) Expensive car tabs are a big story again this year after voters approved increased fees last November as part of Sound Transit 3. Louie Balukoff AP file photo
Jeff Jackson of Lacey affixes new tabs to the plates of his 1985 Oldsmobile in 1999. Car tabs were a big story that year, as Washington voters adopted Initiative 695 to hold the cost to $30. (I-695 was later overturned by the state Supreme Court.) Expensive car tabs are a big story again this year after voters approved increased fees last November as part of Sound Transit 3. Louie Balukoff AP file photo

Legislators can’t unring the bell of Sound Transit 3

March 08, 2017 04:32 PM

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