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February 10, 2020

Judge weighs challenge to Eyman's $30 car tab measure

  • I-976 would cost the state and local governments more than $4 billion in revenue over the next six years.
    Associated Press

    A King County Superior Court judge who has already temporarily blocked initiative promoter Tim Eyman's latest $30 car tab measure from taking effect said he hopes to rule this week on whether it's constitutional.

    Judge Marshall Ferguson heard arguments Friday on Initiative 976, which voters approved in November. It caps most taxes paid through annual vehicle registration at $30 and largely revokes state and local authority to add new taxes and fees.

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