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September 10, 2020
SEATTLE (AP) — An open government activist's lawsuit accusing the Seattle City Council of breaking Washington state's open-public-meetings law in its abrupt repeal of a 2018 tax on large businesses has been revived.
An appeals court revived the suit on Tuesday by throwing out a King County judge's ruling dismissing the case, The Seattle Times reported. The matter now must go back to King County Superior Court for “further proceedings,” the appeals court ruling said.
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