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WA: Sound Transit 3 Taxes: How Much You'll Pay and For How Long

When voters in 2008 approved higher sales taxes to extend light rail, then-Sound Transit board member Julia Patterson of SeaTac called the result "an act of great generosity to our grandchildren."
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