Inslee delivers State of the State: “Bold actions for building a stronger Washington”

As the new new legislative session begins, Gov. Jay Inslee delivered his 2023 State of the State speech on Jan. 10, 2023 at a joint session of the House and Senate.

Inslee tours site of new behavioral health teaching hospital, previews legislative agenda for 2023

Gov. Jay Inslee visited the site of the University of Washington's new behavioral health training facility, which will offer 150 psychiatric beds and train generations of behavioral health care professionals.

Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee regarding Rep. Pat Sullivan’s announcement he won't be seeking re-election

Transformational investments in transportation, housing and climate lead as Legislature adjourns for 2022

The Legislature ended a short but historic session Thursday night, headlined by a once-in-a-generation transportation revenue package that will reduce emissions and our dependence on fossil fuels.

Inslee statement on start of 2022 legislative session

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today on the first day of the 2022 legislative session.

Inslee signs police accountability legislative package

Inslee signs climate change legislative package

Inslee signs worker protection legislative package in Yakima

Inslee signs Fair Start for Kids Act to expand access to child care

Inslee signs economic justice legislation to help working families

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

Inslee statement on 2021 legislative session

Inslee names Karen A. Johnson, PhD, director of new state Office of Equity

Gov. Jay Inslee today named Karen A. Johnson, PhD, director of the newly created state Office of Equity. The Office of Equity, established by the Legislature, was signed into law by Inslee in April of 2020.

Inslee delivers historic third inaugural address

Inslee extends security measures for 2021 legislative session

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today announcing the extension of actions taken by the state to ensure the safety and security of Washingtonians, legislators, state employees and the buildings of the Capitol Campus.

Inslee announces bold climate package for 2021–2023 biennium

Inslee announces Washington's historic commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion

Inslee letter affirms support for Cascade Care, Washington’s public option

Inslee trims 2020 supplemental operating budget to address financial impact of COVID-19

Legislative session ends on time, provides funds for homelessness, transportation

A short but intense 60-day legislative session ended Thursday evening with lawmakers taking action on a number of the governor’s priorities, including more than $170 million for services to address the state’s homeless crisis.


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