Tim Eyman, a career anti-tax initiative promoter, poses for a photo with the expired car registration tabs on his SUV on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, in a parking garage in Seattle, following a hearing in King County Superior Court where lawyers for cities and counties across Washington state asked King County Judge Marshall Ferguson to block Eyman’s $30 I-976 car tab measure, which was approved by voters in the last election, saying it was misleading and violates Washington’s Constitution. Eyman says that until the issue is resolved and the state implements the lower car tab fees outlined in the measure, he is refusing to renew his tabs as a protest and is urging others not to do so as well. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Tim Eyman, a career anti-tax initiative promoter, poses for a photo with the expired car registration tabs on his SUV on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, in a parking garage in Seattle, following a hearing in King County Superior Court where lawyers for cities and counties across Washington state asked King County Judge Marshall Ferguson to block Eyman’s $30 I-976 car tab measure, which was approved by voters in the last election, saying it was misleading and violates Washington’s Constitution. Eyman says that until the issue is resolved and the state implements the lower car tab fees outlined in the measure, he is refusing to renew his tabs as a protest and is urging others not to do so as well. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

King County judge blocks Tim Eyman’s $30 car tab measure

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