Preview of our livestreamed forum on car-tabs measure I-976

Reporter Lizz Giordano discusses the initiative, which would slash vehicle taxes and fees.

“Herald Headlines” this week features reporter Lizz Giordano discussing Initiative 976, which would repeal, reduce or revoke certain vehicle taxes and fees. She’s interviewed by Herald Executive Editor Phillip O’Connor.

On Thursday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. The Daily Herald will hold a forum on I-976 featuring proponent Tim Eyman and opponents including Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin. It will be streamed live from Washington State University in Everett on HeraldNet.com and be broadcast on TVW, the state public-affairs channel.

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