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Inslee announces update to business and employee guidance documents

Inslee announces update to agriculture requirements

Inslee updates proclamation on truck driver hours

Gov. Jay Inslee announced updates to one proclamation in response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.

Inslee statement on charging decision in Manny Ellis case

“I thank Attorney General Bob Ferguson and his office for a comprehensive investigation into the death of Manny Ellis last year in Tacoma.

Inslee announces update to spectator event guidance

Inslee updates Healthy Washington proclamation, announces safe workers proclamation

Gov. Jay Inslee today issued an extension of the Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery emergency proclamation, Proclamation 20-25.13.

Inslee signs police accountability legislative package

Inslee signs climate change legislative package

Inslee announces statewide reopening date of June 30 and short-term statewide move to Phase 3

Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup finds Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is safe and effective for 12- to 15-year olds

The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup tonight completed its review of the federal process and has unanimously concluded that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is safe and effective for youth aged 12 to 15.

Inslee appoints Karen Moore to the Snohomish County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Karen D. Moore today to the Snohomish County Superior Court. She will replace Judge David Kurtz, who is retiring on May 31.

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

Inslee announces two-week pause on phases

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Inslee announces update to spectator event and religious organization guidance

Inslee announces update to long-term care facility guidance

Inslee names Cheryl Strange new Department of Corrections secretary

Gov. Jay Inslee today named Cheryl Strange secretary of Washington’s Department of Corrections (DOC). She replaces Steve Sinclair who announced his retirement in January. Strange will be the department’s first female secretary.


Inslee rescinds directive to state agencies to freeze hiring, personal service contracts and equipment purchases


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