ATLANTA (AP) -- The Georgia Senate is considering a plan that would prevent any buildings, roads or bridges from being named after the chamber's Democratic leader, Sen. Robert Brown.
The plan's sponsor? Sen. Robert Brown.
Brown, of Macon, said he had heard talk of plans to name something for him in his hometown and wanted to make it clear he has no interest in such an honor.
"It was honor enough for me to get elected and serve," said Brown, who has been a senator since 1992 and his party's leader for the past two years. "I don't see the need for anything else."