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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.

Gov. Jay Inslee today delivered his inaugural address with an impassioned call for legislators to finish the job of fully funding education this year

Inslee announces immediate start of special session; urges legislators to complete budget negotiations

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee tonight announced an immediate start to a 30-day special session saying he wants state lawmakers to complete this year’s supplemental budget.

Gov. Jay Inslee calls special legislative session for April 29, will call budget writers back early

Gov. Jay Inslee told legislative leaders today that he will call them into special session on Wednesday, April 29, to complete major work that will be left undone when the regular session ends this week.

Gov. Jay Inslee’s statement on House transportation proposal

“I want to thank Rep. Clibborn and House transportation legislators for their hard work and leadership on transportation. I've been advocating for a transportation investment package since my first day in office and this development gets us one step closer.

Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee on Senate proposed 2015-17 operating budget

“I commend the Senate on its hard work in releasing a proposed 2015–17 budget. With proposals from the House and Senate majorities, I urge budget leaders to come together as soon as possible to begin negotiating a final compromise.

Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee on House proposed 2015-17 operating budget

“The House today released a solid budget proposal. While my staff is still reviewing the details, I am encouraged by its general framework.

Statement from the office of Gov. Jay Inslee on House Passage of HB 1472

“This bill is an important step in protecting the health of Washingtonians and keeping our water clean. The governor is pleased that it received bipartisan support today. We want to thank Rep. Fitzgibbon for his leadership as prime sponsor of this important bill.

Gov. Jay Inslee highlights proposals to improve tax fairness for working families in Washington

Gov. Inslee meets with Paula Zambrano, a worker at a fruit company in Yakima.

YAKIMA, Wash. – A group of workers met with Gov. Jay Inslee here today to tell him about the challenges of living on minimum wage and their feeling that Washington’s economic recovery is leaving them behind.

Gov. Jay Inslee’s statement on today’s House passage of bills to increase the state minimum wage, enact paid sick and safe leave

“Today the House passed two modest, measured and much-needed bills to give an economic lift to thousands of Washington’s lowest-wage workers.

Gov. Inslee statement on Senate approval of transportation package

“I’m glad to see the Senate act on transportation today. I've been pushing for a transportation investment package since my first day in office.

Governor proposes hold-steady supplemental budget, big challenges loom next year

Governor Jay Inslee today proposed modest adjustments to the state’s 2013–15 operating budget, primarily to cover mandatory cost increases and meet key obligations.

Gov. Jay Inslee announces new Legislative Director

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced Miguel Pérez-Gibson will be his new Director of Legislative Affairs.

Gov. Inslee appoints Navy Capt. Doug Roulstone to fill vacant state House seat

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee today appointed retired Navy Capt. Doug Roulstone to temporarily fill the vacant state House seat from Snohomish County’s 44th Legislative District.

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

Gov. Inslee priorities advance at session half-time

As the 2014 legislative session reaches the half-way point, key priorities of Gov. Jay Inslee’s have passed through the House or Senate.

Governor Inslee's statement on House passage of his climate action bill (SB 5802). This is the Governor's first bill to be approved by the Legislature and now heads to his desk for his signature

“Today’s bipartisan support for the climate action bill is welcome news.

Statement by Governor Jay Inslee on Senate budget proposal

"This proposal is deeply flawed. It's the same old game that relies on short-term fixes and budget tricks, and it results in policy choices that would take our state backward.

Governor Inslee's statement on House budget

“I want to congratulate the House on producing a responsible and sustainable budget. The House proposal closely reflects the priorities I put forward two weeks ago. This budget sends a very clear message: Educating our children is more important than preserving tax breaks.

Governor Jay Inslee urges lawmakers to move forward on transportation proposal, shares accountability action plan

TACOMA – Gov. Jay Inslee today joined more than 90 community, business, labor and civic leaders in urging lawmakers to approve a new round of transportation improvements and projects.

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