State Supreme Court rules new car tab law won’t go into effect just yet
OLYMPIA, Wash. — It looks like you won’t be paying $30 for your car tabs any time soon.
The I-976 measure- just approved by voters in November- will stay on hold as a legal challenge continues.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Monday asked the state Supreme Court to allow the tax cuts to take effect.
On Wednesday, the Washington State Supreme Court agreed with another court to keep the law on hold.
Seattle and King County, along with other statewide groups, sued to block the law, saying it’s unconstitutional.
The $30 car tab initiative would have taken effect at midnight.
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