“Even Sound Transit’s staunchest defenders are now expressing shock over how they’re pricing car-tab taxes and their overall funding authorization,” said O’Ban. “Sound Transit has had no check on its actions because its governing board members never face the voters. It’s up to the legislature to provide the oversight.”
The letter requests either the Law and Justice Committee or the Transportation committee hold a hearing into Sound Transit’s communications with the legislature and improper participation in the Prop. 1 election.
“Even House Democrats don’t buy Sound Transit’s shell game,” said Rossi, R-Sammamish. “There are legitimate questions about the bait and switch pulled on both the legislators and the public. We deserve to know the truth.”
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