Transportation

Senate recognizes May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month Brown-sponsored resolution honors motorcycling community’s commitment to charity The state Senate today adopted a measure recognizing the contributions of Washington’s motorcyclist community and officially declaring May Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month. The resolution, introduced by Sen. Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick, also mentions the important role the majority of motorcyclists’ organizations play... Read More...
Bridges to a Better Government E-Newsletter for June 30, 2013 I fought hard to represent our district and as a result, Delta High School will receive $5.4 million in new funding. Delta is a shining example of a leader in statewide education. Their focus on the key STEM education areas (science, technology, engineering, and math) and ability to weave English,... Read More...
Brown, MCC drive the discussion on transportation reform With the end of the 2013 regular and two special sessions now in the rear-view mirror, members of the Washington State Senate Majority Coalition Caucus have their sights set firmly on reforming the state’s transportation system. Listen to Senator Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick, explain why these reforms are necessary, what they... Read More...
Disabled veterans’ sales-tax exemption bill signed by Gov. Inslee Gov. Jay Inslee has signed Senate Bill 5072, which grants disabled veterans a sales-tax exemption on adaptive equipment needed to safely operate their personal vehicles. The measure was sponsored by former 8th District Sen. Jerome Delvin, and staunchly supported by his successor, Sen. Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick. “Our veterans are asked... Read More...
VIDEO: Sen. Brown talks about potential Red Mountain interchange Washington State Senator Sharon Brown met with local officials today about the proposed Red Mountain interchange project. Senator Brown spoke with the mayors of Benton City and West Richland, and representatives of local businesses to name a few of the people that came out to today’s meeting to learn more... Read More...