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AUDIO: Sen. Tim Sheldon on transportation, budgets and taxes Washington State’s 35th District Senator, Tim Sheldon, D-Potlatch, and member of the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus, talks about the bipartisan Senate transportation budget that passed the Senate, as well as the House and Senate operating budget proposals and how they will affect the end of the 2013 legislative session. Read More...
AUDIO: Tim Sheldon on transportation priorities Washington State’s 35th District Senator, Tim Sheldon, D-Potlatch, and member of the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus, talks about the bipartisan Senate transportation budget proposal and how it affects the 35th District. Read More...
AUDIO: Tim Sheldon on the bipartisan Senate operating budget Washington State’s 35th District Senator, Tim Sheldon, D-Potlatch, and member of the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus, talks about the proposed bipartisan Senate operating budget which passed the body on Friday, as well as his participation in a legislative shooting event at Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club. Read More...
AUDIO: Sen. Sheldon on DOT’s choice to lead mega-project review Washington State’s 35th District Senator, Tim Sheldon, Senate President Pro Tempore and member of the Majority Coalition Caucus, talks about state transportation funding and the Department of Transportation Secretary, Lynn Peterson’s choice to lead a review of three state mega-projects. Read More...
AUDIO: Senator Sheldon talks about bills that survived past cutoff Washington State’s 35th District Senator, Tim Sheldon, Senate President Pro Tempore and member of the Majority Coalition Caucus, talks about passing the unofficial halfway point of the 2013 legislative session – known as floor cutoff – and reflects on the bills that have survived and those that didn’t. Read More...
AUDIO: Senator Sheldon on the supreme court’s 2/3rds ruling Washington State’s 35th District Senator, Tim Sheldon, Senate President Pro Tempore and member of the Majority Coalition Caucus, talks about the recent ruling by the Washington State Supreme Court that the will of the people – requiring a 2/3rds majority vote of the Legislature to raise taxes – is unconstitutional. Read More...
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