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By Roger Harnack

Seattle, King County seek injunction on I-976

Franklin County's Didier takes on effort to preserve will of voters


Last updated 11/20/2019 at 3:27pm

Franklin County Commissioner Clint Didier

PASCO – Area residents are hoping a King County judge will give them something to be thankful for next Tuesday by allowing Initiative 976 to go into effect while a lawsuit plays out.

As passed by voters, the measure is supposed to take effect Dec. 5.

But a King County Superior Court judge is expected to hear a motion requesting an injunction blocking the $30 car tab fee measure. The hearing is set for 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, in King County Superior Court.

The motion seeking an injunction was filed Monday by the city of Seattle, King County, Association of Washington Cities and others. It...

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