Commuters wait for a Sound Transit Express bus heading for Seattle in 2016 at the Tacoma Dome Station. Lawmakers and taxpayers have been outraged by the increased cost of car-tab fees under Sound Transit 3, the $54 billion transit package voters approved in November. But lawmakers were the ones who authorized Sound Transit to collect those taxes — and provided the specific means for doing so — in 2015.
Commuters wait for a Sound Transit Express bus heading for Seattle in 2016 at the Tacoma Dome Station. Lawmakers and taxpayers have been outraged by the increased cost of car-tab fees under Sound Transit 3, the $54 billion transit package voters approved in November. But lawmakers were the ones who authorized Sound Transit to collect those taxes — and provided the specific means for doing so — in 2015. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune
Commuters wait for a Sound Transit Express bus heading for Seattle in 2016 at the Tacoma Dome Station. Lawmakers and taxpayers have been outraged by the increased cost of car-tab fees under Sound Transit 3, the $54 billion transit package voters approved in November. But lawmakers were the ones who authorized Sound Transit to collect those taxes — and provided the specific means for doing so — in 2015. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune

How did Sound Transit 3’s inflated car-tab fees slip by lawmakers?

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