When will lawmakers listen to voters on car tabs?

Thanks to Tim Eyman and the voters of Washington state. Without your efforts, we may not have noticed the car tab evaluation scam hidden in the legislation.

I just wonder when our state lawmakers are going to listen to us and stop disregarding our votes? How many times do we have to send the message before they finally get it?

The state is experiencing record revenues and our fuel tax is second highest in the nation but still not enough for Olympia?

Tony Fortino

Everett

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