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Brown’s bill aims to protect domestic violence victims Senate votes unanimously to approve ‘commonsense’ safety measure    The Senate has unanimously approved Sen. Sharon Brown’s bill to alert domestic-violence victims when their abusers are paroled, furloughed or otherwise released back into the public. “This is a commonsense reform that would result in greater protection for the victims of domestic... Read More...
Ending government greed When is enough enough? As I finished up my work in Olympia for the week and waited for my flight back to the Tri-Cities, that was the question to which I kept coming back. The extremely busy and eventful sixth week of this 2020 legislative session clarified two things for... Read More...
Brown’s blockchain work group bill passes Senate unanimously Sen. Sharon Brown’s efforts to position Washington as a leader on blockchain technology took a big step forward with today’s unanimous Senate passage of her bill to establish the Washington Blockchain Work Group. “Every day, companies are adopting blockchain technology to improve delivery of services,” explained Brown, R-Kennewick. “This bill... Read More...
Sen. Brown on KONA’s “The Bottom Line” KONA Radio’s “The Bottom Line” program traveled from the Tri-Cities to Olympia to talk with legislators, including Senator Sharon Brown. The Bottom Line airs weekdays from 3-5 pm in the Tri-Cities area. You can turn in to the Bottom Line at 3pm Thursdays  during the Legislative Session to hear from... Read More...