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Inslee emite directrices adicionales en la orden "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" y la orden para que los trabajadores jubilados se reincorporen a trabajos esenciales.

El Gobernador Jay Inslee anunció hoy directrices adicionales relacionadas con la orden "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" (Quédate en Casa, M

Inslee y el Departamento de Instituciones Financieras anuncian asistencia para los propietarios de viviendas que no pueden realizar sus pagos hipotecarios

Hoy, el Gobernador Jay Inslee y Charlie Clark, director del Departamento de Instituciones Financieras del Estado de Washington (DFI, por sus siglas en inglés) anunciaron que el estado está tomando medidas para ayudar a los propietarios del Estado de Washington

Inslee extends 'Stay Home, Stay Healthy' through May 4

Inslee appoints Elisabeth Tutsch to the Yakima County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Elisabeth Tutsch today to the Yakima County Superior Court. She replaces Judge Michael McCarthy, who resigned in February 2020, due to serious health issues.

Inslee indicó que las fuerzas del orden público brindan asesoría a las empresas y personas sobre el cumplimiento de la orden “ Stay Home, Stay Healthy”.

El Gobernador Jay Inslee anunció hoy la asesoría para el cumplimiento a nivel estatal y local de su más reciente orden “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” (Quédate en Casa, Mantente Sano).

Inslee appoints Cindi Port to the King County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Cindi Port today to the King County Superior Court. She replaces Judge John Erlick, who is retiring on April 30.

Inslee and DFI announce assistance for homeowners unable to make mortgage payments

Inslee names Christine Bezanson director of Results Washington

Gov. Jay Inslee today named Christine Bezanson director of Results Washington, Inslee’s initiative to make state government more effective. 

Inslee provides enforcement guidance on ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ order

Inslee issues additional guidance on funerals and real estate transactions, letter to tribal governments

Inslee statement on federal stimulus package

Gov. Jay Inslee today released a statement on the passage of a sweeping federal stimulus package to address the ongoing health and economic consequences of the COVID-19 emergency.

Inslee signs health care licensing waivers and other COVID-19 related orders

Inslee provides construction guidance and signs proclamations for UI rules, healthcare payments

Inslee statement on death of Trooper Justin R. Schaffer

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement tonight on the death of Washington State Patrol Trooper Justin R. Schaffer.


Inslee signs additional measures to help mitigate COVID impacts

Gov. Jay Inslee announced new measures today to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19.

"Stay Home, Stay Healthy" address transcript

Good evening, my fellow Washingtonians.

Inslee announces "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order

Tonight, Gov. Jay Inslee spoke directly to Washingtonians to announce he will sign a statewide order that requires everyone in the state to stay home. The order will last for two weeks and could be extended.

Inslee and other governors send letter urging Trump to expand unemployment benefits

Gov. Jay Inslee joined the governors of Alaska, Illinois and Ohio today in urging the Trump administration to expand access to unemployment benefits as the impact of COVID-19 continues to disrupt the economy. 

The letter reads, in part:

Inslee statement on Boeing decision to suspend operations in Pacific Northwest

“I spoke with Boeing Commercial CEO Stan Deal early this morning. I applaud Boeing’s decision to implement an orderly shutdown and continue to pay its workers during this difficult time. Now is a time for bold actions like these, and we will continue to look at what can be done statewide."

Inslee appoints Clarence Henderson, Jr. and Matthew Thomas to Pierce County Superior Court

Today, Gov. Jay Inslee announced the appointment of two new judges to the Pierce County Superior Court, Clarence Henderson, Jr. and Matthew Thomas. Henderson will replace Frank Cuthbertson, who will retire on March 30; Thomas replaces Kathryn Nelson, who retires September 20.


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