The new Angle Lake station of Sound Transit’s Link light rail. Voter approval of the Sound Transit 3 tax package means more stations throughout King, Pierce and Snohomish counties in the decade to come. But sticker shock has hit people, and some state legislators are using the discontent. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Editorial: Voters knew approving ST3 would bring tax increases

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