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Do you feel it is unconstitutional to use the center lanes of Interstate 90 for light rail? | Online poll

Tell us what you think. Do you feel it is unconstitutional to use the center lanes of Interstate 90 (built in part with gas tax money) for light rail?

In this week's issue, the Reporter detailed the latest efforts of a group hoping to continue a lawsuit that would stop the use of center lanes on I-90 for the light rail, which in part, uses gax tax money for funding. The group's lawsuit was denied by the State Supreme Court, and now moves to Superior Court in Ellensburg for a new trial.

Answer this week's online poll and look for the results on next week's opinion page.

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