2017 legislative session produces major achievements for Washington

Washington awarded nearly $5 million in federal funds to help people affected by the opioid crisis find employment

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced nearly $5 million in new federal grant funds to help Washingtonians affected by opioid use disorder find employment.

Serve Washington receives $15.8 million in AmeriCorps funding

Inslee kicks off new Department of Children, Youth, and Families

Inslee announces $1.2 million for civil legal aid funding to Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced $1.2 million to provide legal services and representation to immigrants and refugees with no other financial resources.  

Inslee urges congressional delegation to oppose Farm Bill

Gov. Jay Inslee today sent a letter to Washington state’s congressional delegation urging them to oppose H.R.

Inslee announces 5-year plan to shift civil mental health out of big state hospitals in favor of smaller, community-based facilities

Inslee opposes federal proposal aimed at blocking benefits for immigrants

Trump Administration is short-changing 2020 Census and that could hurt Washington state

Productive 2018 Legislature passes big wins for Washington

Inslee appoints special assistant to oversee agency compliance with immigration executive order

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced he has hired a special assistant to help state agencies comply with the governor’s executive order to protect immigrant residents from discriminatory federal deportation efforts.

Trained for success: Corrections program promotes rehabilitation, sustainability

LITTLEROCK — When Larry Vene went to prison 15 years ago for a drug conviction, he didn’t expect the path to his dream job would be through sewage.

Declaración de Inslee sobre cambios en la política de licencias para proteger la información personal de inmigrantes y refugiados

"Las recientes revelaciones sobre el fracaso de nuestro Departamento de Licencias para salvaguardar cierta información de funcionarios federales de inmigración han sacudido y enfurecido a muchas comunidades. Me ha enfurecido.

Inslee takes next steps to continue work on opioid crisis

Following up on his executive order in 2016 and 

Inslee statement on Licensing policy changes to protect personal information of immigrants and refugees

“The recent revelations about our state Department of Licensing’s failure to safeguard certain information from federal immigration officials has shaken and angered many communities. It has angered me.

Inslee statement on Department of Licensing information disclosure to federal government

“I am committed to making sure that every family in Washington state, no matter how they got here, is treated fairly. I want to be clear that we will redouble our efforts to ensure that state agencies are not assisting discriminatory enforcement efforts by federal immigration officials.

Inslee statement supporting voting rights legislation

Inslee creates work group on poverty reduction

Domestic Violence Awareness Month underscores need for legal aid

Inslees invite trick-or-treaters to summit Mount Capitol Campus

Trick-or-treaters are invited to put on their parkas, clip their carabiners, strap on their snowshoes, and stow their strongest climbing rope for a Mountaineer Halloween at the summit of Executive Residence Peak with Gov. Jay Inslee. 

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