Two divided sides come together for historic change to state's deadly force law

2017 legislative session produces major achievements for Washington

New law takes major step in transforming behavioral health care

Inslee signs bills to improve state’s democratic process

New law offers Breakfast After the Bell program for hungry students

Inslee signs bill to ban bump stock devices like those used in the Las Vegas shooting

Washington becomes first state to pass net neutrality protections into law

Inslee vetoes ESB 6617 – Legislature and media agree to discuss path forward

Gov. Jay Inslee tonight vetoed ESB 6617, a bill related to public disclosure obligations of the Legislature.

Inslee statement on passage of Senate bill to eliminate the death penalty

“I would like to thank Sens. Maureen Walsh and Reuven Carlyle, and Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who have been great allies in the fight to end the death penalty in Washington state.

Inslee statement on unanimous passage of opioid use disorder bill

"I am pleased that the House just unanimously passed

Inslee statement on capital budget and Hirst bill

"It is good news for Washingtonians that the Legislature passed the long-overdue construction budget. This allows us to restart hundreds of stalled projects at schools and mental health facilities and build more affordable housing -- as well as put thousands of Washingtonians to work.

Inslee releases supplemental budget proposal including full funding of basic education by 2018 school year

Inslee statement supporting voting rights legislation

Inslee statement on legislative action on Hirst

"Legislative leaders told me today they have reached an impasse on a bill to address the Hirst decision. I asked Senate Republicans if they would accept a 24-month delay to give property owners relief, but they told me they would not.

Inslee signs law to help providers, cities, counties confront opioid crisis

Inslee signs tougher distracted driving and DUI laws in Tacoma

Inslee statement on canceled Republican health care vote

Gov. Inslee issued the following statement after Speaker Paul Ryan announced he was removing the Republican legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act from consideration:

House approves Inslee’s Children, Youth and Families bill

The state House of Representatives today approved Inslee’s bill to create a new state Department of Children, Youth and Families with a bi-partisan 77-19 vote.

Inslee statement on Congressional Budget Office score of Republican ACA-repeal bill

“Today's analysis from the nonpartisan CBO confirms our worst fears about the Republican effort in Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act. It would actually leave our nation worse off than before the ACA was implemented.

Inslee statement on Congressional proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act

“The proposed legislation in Congress to repeal Obamacare is not the direction we should be going to meet our country’s health care needs. It will not improve the health or well-being of millions of people who have gained coverage through the Affordable Care Act.

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