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Governor Jay Inslee issued this statement in response to tonight's news that Boeing and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers were unable to reach an agreement

“Despite today's setback, I remain convinced that an agreement between the Machinists and Boeing would be in the best interest of all parties - the workers, the company and Washington state.

Gov. Jay Inslee statement on latest Boeing offer to Machinists

“Union membership gives each worker a say in his or her future. I believe the Machinists should have the opportunity to exercise that right by voting on this contract proposal. I appreciate that the IAM and the company returned to the bargaining table.

Gov. Jay Inslee statement on announcement of IAM vote Friday January 3, 2014

“Tonight, Washington state secured its future as the aerospace capital of the world. To make that happen, the International Association of Machinists District 751 took a hard vote that demands the respect of all Washingtonians who will benefit from having Boeing build the 777X here.

State of the State 2014: Governor Inslee calls on legislators to invest in education, finish work on transportation, and boost minimum wage

2013 was a remarkable year for aerospace in Washington, but more work ahead to grow Washington aerospace industry

Significant progress was made in 2013 to protect and expand the aerospace industry in Washington state, according to a report issued today by Gov. Jay Inslee.

Statement from Governor Jay Inslee on tonight's SPEEA vote announcement

"While I'm heartened that SPEEA's larger bargaining unit approved a new contract tonight, I am concerned about the split vote and the technical workers' rejection of the agreement.

Governor Inslee's statement about news of Boeing approval to begin selling its new 777X

“This is great news for Boeing, and I believe it will be great news for Washington.

Governor Inslee announces statewide Aerospace Industry Strategy

Gov. Jay Inslee today kicked off a statewide effort to have the Boeing 777X built in Washington, which he said would protect and grow thousands of aerospace jobs for another generation.

Governor Inslee cancels trade mission, taps Rep. Rick Larsen to lead state aerospace delegation

The legislative budget stalemate has led Gov. Jay Inslee to cancel his participation in an upcoming aerospace trade mission. 

Rep. Rick Larsen opens Washington pavilion at International Air Show

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Washington's delegation ends another successful day at Air Show with Umbra Cuscinetti announcing move to larger facility in Everett

Delegation also applauds agreement between Dassault Systemes and Center of Excellence at Everett Community College

Washington state delegation at Paris Air Show celebrates MTorres move, joins Boeing to announce aerospace supplier summit return to Seattle

Congressman Rick Larsen (WA-2) and Washington state’s 51-person delegation at the 50th Anniversary International Paris Air Show today joined MTorres and Boeing in two announcements at the worldwide gathering of the aerospace industry held every two years in Le Bourget, near Paris, France.

Governor Inslee signs bills from his Working Washington Agenda

Within his first month of office, Gov. Jay Inslee laid out an ambitious Working Washington Agenda to tackle his top priority – revitalizing Washington’s economy and boosting job creation. 

Governor Inslee announces next steps to win the 777X for Washington

  • City of Everett and Snohomish County pursue first ever “Project of Statewide Significance” designation
  • Washington Aerospace Partnership engages experts to help make the case for Washington

Gov. Inslee statement on Federal Aviation Administration's announcement regarding new Center of Excellence at Washington State University

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement on successful first flight of Boeing's newest version of the Dreamliner, the 787-9

“I want to send my sincere congratulations to The Boeing Company and the thousands of men and women who worked so hard to design and manufacture the 787-9.

State board unanimously approves funding to increase aerospace competitiveness

Community Economic Revitalization Board awards $2 million loan to Snohomish County Airport

Policy Brief: Advancing Washington's Aerospace Leadership

Governor Inslee's 2014 State of the State Address

Special session remarks

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