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  • Image of Gov. Inslee and DOT workers

    Gov. Inslee announced an innovative proposal to create jobs and address Washington’s most-pressing transportation needs including fixing ailing bridges, patching crumbling roads, cleaning our air and water and completing major regional projects on time and within budget.

  • Reinvesting in Washington

    It’s time to reinvest in Washington. Gov. Inslee’s 2015–17 budget makes a bold commitment to education and protects important services hit hard by budget cuts during the recession. His budget is sustainable, responsible and fair.

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    Now is the time for Washington to lead on climate action. Gov. Inslee introduced a set of proposals to transition Washington to cleaner sources of energy and meet carbon pollution limits adopted in 2008 by the state Legislature.

  • Image of Gov. Inslee speaking to school children

    It’s past time for the state to meet its moral and constitutional obligations to Washington students. Gov. Inslee’s education plan would strengthen the school system from preschool to higher education so students can attain diplomas, degrees and job training.

State of Emergency (Rain Storms - Extended)

State of Emergency (Rain Storms - Extended)

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement regarding end of federal government shutdown

“It is good news for Washingtonians that the federal government shutdown is finally over. Beginning today federal offices will reopen and federal employees and federally-funded state employees will return to work.

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Gov. Inslee launches online forum to gather input on new Results Washington initiative

Gov. Jay Inslee today launched an interactive web-based tool for Washingtonians to share feedback and ideas about the state’s new Results Washington initiative.

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Snohomish County Landslide

State of Emergency (Okanogan County mudslides)

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