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Inslee response to Global Climate Strike walkout

Gov. Jay Inslee responded to the Global Climate Strike that will take place Friday, September 20 when a number of students are expected to miss school.

How state agencies improved the digital experience to serve Washingtonians better


Inslee joins leaders in calling for refugee resettlement

Govs. Inslee, Whitmer lead coalition of 17 governors opposing federal proposal to kick families off food assistance


Inslee names J. Manny Santiago executive director of new state LGBTQ Commission

Gov. Jay Inslee named J. Manny Santiago executive director of the newly-created state LGBTQ Commission today.

Program elevates patients’ health by encouraging any contact with the outdoors

Trump administration forces Washington state out of Title X program

Inslee appoints David J. Whedbee to King County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed David J. Whedbee to the King County Superior Court today. He replaces Judge Timothy Bradshaw, who retires at the end of August.

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

Op-ed: State-led climate goals — like Washington’s — will lead the way

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 and Ferguson blast EPA assault on states’ clean water authority

Inslee appoints Brian M. McDonald to King County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Brian M. McDonald to the King County Superior Court today. He replaces Judge Laura Inveen, who is retiring at the end of August.

A student story of pursuing education in Washington as an immigrant

Inslee statement congratulating Speaker-elect Rep. Laurie Jinkins

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today congratulating Rep. Laurie Jinkins on being elected to serve as the new speaker-elect of the state House of Representatives. Jinkins’ election makes her the first female speaker in Washington state history.


Inslee, Ferguson and Wiesman notify feds that state will preserve access to reproductive care despite Title X gag rule

Washington state notified the Trump administration today that it intends to continue to provide the full range of family planning a

Washington takes next step to acknowledge more than two genders on ID cards


Inslee announces that Serve Washington received $17.8 million in AmeriCorps funding

Inslee statement regarding effort to overturn I-1000



Statewide efforts underway to restore fish passageways for salmon recovery


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