Tim Eyman, right, makes a point during a disscusion of the iniative process at a City Club lunch in Bellingham in 2008. Eyman has loaned $100,000 to his signature-gathering campaign to repeal Sound Transit’s car-tab taxes and replace them with a $30 flat fee.
Tim Eyman, right, makes a point during a disscusion of the iniative process at a City Club lunch in Bellingham in 2008. Eyman has loaned $100,000 to his signature-gathering campaign to repeal Sound Transit’s car-tab taxes and replace them with a $30 flat fee. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Tim Eyman, right, makes a point during a disscusion of the iniative process at a City Club lunch in Bellingham in 2008. Eyman has loaned $100,000 to his signature-gathering campaign to repeal Sound Transit’s car-tab taxes and replace them with a $30 flat fee. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

He’s putting up his own money to bring back $30 car tabs, ‘stick it’ to transit

May 10, 2018 09:07 AM