Kirby&Carlson April12--8am hour

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KVI's Kirby Wilbur and John Carlson interview two State Representatives--one Democrat and one Republican--to examine all the angles of the Olympia legislative battle over reduction of car tab taxes for Sound Transit's ST3 light rail expansion which is projected to collect $54 billion in the next 25 years. (file photo: KOMO News).

8:05am--Kirby&Carlson cover all sides of the ST3 car tab tax debate which has become the thorniest issue for the State Legislature in Olympia. GUEST: St. Rep. Mike Pellicciotti (D-Federal Way) says Sound Transit needs to find cost savings in other non-light rail projects to cut car tab taxes by $78 million per year over the next 10 years. GUEST: St. Rep. Mark Harmsworth (R-Mill Creek) wants to help taxpayers instead of trying to insulate Sound Transit from tax money loses. Also, the average salary for Sound Transit employees is approaching $100,000

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