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VIDEO: Protecting our Hanford workers In this week’s video, we discuss the importance of protecting our Hanford workers, and providing them with the resources necessary for them to get proper medical care. We’re joined by Nickolas Bumpaos, President of  the Central Washington Building Trades Council. Read More...
Video: No love from the Taxman   In this week’s video, we look at the series of new and higher taxes proposed by the majority party. It’s no coincidence that the first bill of the session signed into law by Governor Inslee is SB 6492 — the Democrat’s $1 billion tax hike do-over bill. Despite continuing... Read More...
Video: Industrial Symbiosis In this week’s video, Sen. Sharon Brown is joined by Rhys Roth, Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure. The two discuss Senate Bill 6430 — Brown’s measure to establish an industrial symbiosis program for Washington. So what on earth is ‘industrial symbiosis?’ Despite the complicated name, the idea... Read More...
Video: Anti-Human Trafficking Month   In this week’s video, Sen. Brown is joined by Kay Olson, a senior instructor at the WSU College of Nursing. The two discuss efforts to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking and Sen. Brown’s legislation declaring January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Read More...
Video: Protecting those with Developmental Disabilities In this week’s video, we talk with Sharon Adolphson, Coordinator for the Benton Franklin Parent Coalition, which provides information and resources to families who have sons/daughters with developmental disabilities. Sharon discusses Sen. Brown’s measure, Senate Bill 6429, which create an optional designation on a driver’s license or identicard that a... Read More...
Why the Senate Democrat budget failed to get a single Republican vote In her video update for the 8th week of the 2018 Legislative Session, Sen. Sharon Brown discusses why the Senate Democrat supplemental operating budget failed to receive even a single Republican vote. Brown and her Republican colleagues voted for an alternative budget that spends less, saves more, makes greater investments... Read More...
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...
Brown’s bills advance as Senate reaches key deadline In her video update for the 4th week of the 2018 Legislative Session, Sen. Sharon Brown discusses three of her bills dealing, which received hearings this week prior to a key committee deadline. The bills range from dealing with youth suicide prevention and expanding exploration of geothermal energy. She also... Read More...