STEVE ON SOCIAL
We are now a one party state, and it shows. Elections have consequences: no car tab tax relief or property tax relief in 2018, despite record, expected revenues. I will re-introduce my 55% car tab tax cut next year. ... See MoreSee Less
Relief would would imply a state of loss or harrasment. There is no free lunch. If one lives around the sound, then one contributes to mass transit. If one lives outside that, then they help contribute to the roads. It's irresponsible to simply take the revenue away for something pretty much everyone uses or can use.2 weeks ago · 2
We need to make this a public fight. The democrats are controlling our pockets and lieing at the same time. This car tax was a scam, the homelessness is out of control, our street are being taken over. I plan on leaving this state due to the fact I can't afford to retire here as the cost are to high and I don't plan on retiring in poverty2 weeks ago · 6
I for one don’t see any changes for the good coming down the road. Unfortunately taxes will increase and will drive more people into poverty. I will be moving and taking my money to a state that understands fiscal responsibility and respect for its citizens.2 weeks ago · 3
Steve O’Ban grew up delivering newspapers on his bike in University Place and Fircrest and was raised by a single mom, who still teaches kindergarten.
After graduating from UW and law school, Steve made it his life’s work to help people solve their legal problems. He has helped individuals and small business owners protect all that they have sacrificed and worked so hard for.
Steve helped local teachers in the courtroom as well. He defended 8,000 Washington state educators when money was taken without permission from their paychecks and used for politics, and helped them regain their lost wages. The U.S. Supreme Court heard the case, and ruled in their favor in a 9-0 decision.READ MORE