Talk, little action in Olympia over inflated car tabs

While both Democrats and Republicans in Olympia say they want to change how Sound Transit calculates car-tab taxes, the Legislature is not making much progress in changing the situation, according to our online news partner The Seattle Times.

There was a flurry of legislative action this week, but none of it seemed to bring legislators any closer to addressing their stated goal – getting Sound Transit to use a system that more accurately assesses a car’s value for the purposes of taxing it, The Times said.

The legislative session ends April 23, although lawmakers may go into a special session as they try to pass a state budget and change how schools are funded.

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