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Nuclear power, Inslee taxes and beautiful voices from home In this week’s video update, Sen. Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick, discusses the fifth week of the 2018 legislative sessions, and shares some of the sights and sounds of Capitol, including a hearing on energy policy, the Republican Leadership Media Availability and a visit by the Tri-Cities’ own Mid-Columbia Mastersingers. Read More...
In the News: Making Washington More Appealing For Manufacturing By Mike Richards -The Lens April 6, 2017 A Senate bill making its way through the Washington State Legislature aims to attract more manufacturing companies to move to the state and incentivize those and any existing businesses to remain and build their projects within Washington. SB 5642, which would offer tax deferrals for eligible manufacturing projects... Read More...
Public weighs in on Brown’s bills to support jobs in clean energy Washington already has a one-stop process for locating major energy facilities; Sen. Sharon Brown has come up with a way to speed the process along and get to the job-creation part sooner. Today the Senate Energy, Environment and Telecommunications Committee held a public hearing on a measure that would streamline... Read More...
Senate panel considers trio of Brown bills focused on regulatory reform Senator continues multi-year effort to reduce red tape and help create jobs Today the Senate Trade and Economic Development Committee considered three bills aimed at making it easier for Washington businesses to operate, grow and create jobs. Sen. Sharon Brown, who chairs the committee and is the lead sponsor of... Read More...
Panel hears support for trio of Brown bills to encourage job growth Measures would expedite permitting and help create new manufacturing and construction jobs  Sen. Sharon Brown, chair of the Senate Trade and Economic Development Committee, has made attracting and retaining employers in Washington and helping them create new jobs her top priority since coming to the Senate. Today, three of her... Read More...
Senate work session examines economic impact of slowdown at ports A joint work session held this morning by the Senate Trade and Economic Development and Commerce and Labor committees took a detailed look at the reduction of trade volume at 28 West Coast ports that is crippling Washington’s agricultural community and other trade-dependent businesses. “Washington ports have been losing market... Read More...
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