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Gov. Jay Inslee’s statement on today’s House passage of bills to increase the state minimum wage, enact paid sick and safe leave

“Today the House passed two modest, measured and much-needed bills to give an economic lift to thousands of Washington’s lowest-wage workers.

Gov. Inslee statement on Senate approval of transportation package

“I’m glad to see the Senate act on transportation today. I've been pushing for a transportation investment package since my first day in office.

Inslee signs 2015 supplemental budget, lauds Legislature for early delivery

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee today signed the 2015 supplemental operating budget to keep Washington’s budget balanced through the remainder of the 2013–15 biennium, which ends June 30.

Gov. Jay Inslee’s statement on today’s hearing regarding repeal of Washington’s death penalty law

“I was glad to see the House Judiciary Committee take testimony today on Rep. Reuven Carlyle’s bill to repeal Washington state’s death penalty law.

Gov. Jay Inslee’s statement on announcement of Senate transportation proposal

“I want to thank Senate negotiators for their hard work and leadership on transportation. I've been advocating for a transportation package since my first day in office and I welcome this development.

Gov. Inslee cites new data showing alarming increase in adolescent use of electronic cigarettes

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee today released new data that shows Washington’s 8th and 10th grade students use electronic cigarettes, or “vaping,” at more than twice the rate that they smoke tobacco.

Gov. Inslee continues push for health care cost transparency, reaches agreement for 2015 legislation

OLYMPIA – Consumers, employers, medical providers and policy makers will have the information they need to make informed decisions about buying and using health care under legislation proposed by Gov. Jay Inslee.

Policy Brief: Data Transparency in Health Care

Gov. Inslee and bipartisan group of legislators launch plan to cut state's high property crime rate

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Inslee appoints Carol Gregory to serve as State Representative in the 30th Legislative District

Gregory will fill the vacancy left by Rep. Roger Freeman who passed away in October

Inslee announces slate of proposals to curb pollution, transition Washington to cleaner sources of energy

SEATTLE – Gov. Jay Inslee today announced a set of proposals to transition Washington to cleaner sources of energy and meet carbon pollution limits adopted by the state Legislature in 2008.

Gov. Inslee calls for comprehensive statewide transportation program

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced a comprehensive and innovative proposal to 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.

Governor proposes hold-steady supplemental budget, big challenges loom next year

Governor Jay Inslee today proposed modest adjustments to the state’s 2013–15 operating budget, primarily to cover mandatory cost increases and meet key obligations.

Inslee set to release detailed legislative proposals on education, transportation, climate, budget

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee will unveil key elements of his 2015 legislative agenda and proposed 2015–17 budget in a series of events next week.

Statement from Gov. Inslee on today's Supreme Court order regarding McCleary

“Today, the state of Washington has been held in contempt for failing to provide the Supreme Court with the education funding plan it has ordered. This unprecedented action by the Supreme Court is a critical moment in our history.

Gov. Inslee gets draft oil transport study, says state and federal governments must do more

Findings confirm emergent risks to public health and safety

Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee about yesterday's election results

“Last night voters in Washington state approved a common sense gun safety law that takes a step toward protecting our families. I’ve long believed we should close the gun show loophole and I want to thank all who worked hard on the initiative and every voter who helped make it law.

Gov. Inslee priorities advance at session half-time

As the 2014 legislative session reaches the half-way point, key priorities of Gov. Jay Inslee’s have passed through the House or Senate.

Gov. Jay Inslee proposes compromise legislation to protect millions in federal education funding

Gov. Jay Inslee and state Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn today met with legislators about proposed legislation that would put Washington in a strong position to protect nearly $40 million in federal funds for struggling students.

Governor Inslee's remarks at the AWB Policy Summit

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