Inslee issues final utility moratorium extension

Inslee announces eviction moratorium “bridge”

Gov. Jay Inslee announced a “bridge” proclamation today between the eviction moratorium and the housing stability programs put in place by the Legislature. The bridge is effective July 1 through September 30.

2021 legislative session ends with historic wins for climate, COVID relief

Inslee, Legislature urge Trump not to repeal DACA following U.S. Supreme Court ruling

Inslee, leading nonprofits launch fund for state's food banks as supply levels drop

Inslee proposes bill to make flavored vapor product ban permanent

Washington rolls out best paid leave program in the nation

Inslee’s budget proposal lays out aggressive plan to combat homelessness statewide

New food benefit debit cards work to reduce stigma and improve efficiency

Food assistance programs across state expand healthy food options for low-income families

Inslee statement on Trump administration’s “public charge” rule that targets and punishes immigrant families

Gov. Jay Inslee today issued a strong rebuke against the Trump administration’s final adoption of a “public charge” rule that could disqualify immigrants who use or seek certain public benefits from obtaining or renewing a green card or visa.

Inslee letter to Trump Administration regarding poverty changes

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Tiny homes community offers stable housing, human services to residents

Home and services partnership gives homeless youth a firm foundation to succeed

WA receives federal grant funds to address opioid addiction, homelessness and paths to re-employment in five counties

As Washington continues to battle an epidemic of opioid addiction, federal officials awarded the state roughly $887,000 in new federal funds to focus on homeless Washingtonians affected by opioid use disorder.

Investing in Washington’s continuing success

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


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