On The Coast | Feb 6, 2013 | 7:39

Transit Taxes

Metro Vancouver mayors are proposing a 0.5% sales tax to help fund public transit. Stephen Quinn speaks to Lisa Schweitzer, a transit policy expert in Los Angeles. The city passed a similar tax in 2008.

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