King County Council puts sales-tax increase on November ballot

King County Councilmembers say it’s in the hands of voters now – approve a two-tenths of one percent sales-tax increase in November (that’s two cents for every $10 spent) or face big budget cuts, particularly in criminal-justice services. We’ve got details on the announcement, and reaction, on partner site West Seattle Blog.


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