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UPDATED: Statements from Inslee and AG Ferguson regarding judge's national injunction ruling on Trump’s Title X ‘gag rule’

Update: The U.S.

Inslee appoints Jennifer Snider to Clark County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Jennifer Snider to the Clark County Superior Court today. She will replace Judge James Rulli who is retiring on April 30th. 

Inslee statement on passage of his 100 Percent Clean Energy bill

“On this Earth Day, I couldn’t be more proud of the Legislature’s action to pass the country’s most forward looking

Inslee statement regarding Rep. Shea's harmful rhetoric

“There is no place for hate in Washington state, especially in Washington’s Legislature. Rep. Matt Shea’s history of hate has now crossed a new line. He participated in conversations that advocated for violence against those with dissenting opinions.


Inslee signs bill that protects ACA health care insurance practices

Home and services partnership gives homeless youth a firm foundation to succeed

Agency urges drivers to slow down, pay attention in work zones

Inslee and Ferguson denounce Trump assault on the Clean Water Act

Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson released a statement in response to President Trump's press conference today where he announced an executive order curtailing states' legal authority under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act. 

Inslee appoints Charnelle M. Bjelkengren to Spokane County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Judge Charnelle Bjelkengren to the Spokane County Superior Court today. She replaces Judge James Triplet who passed away in October.

Inslee signs new law that raises legal age to purchase tobacco and vaping products

Inslee declares drought emergency for Okanogan, Methow and Upper Yakima

Despite significant snow in parts of Washington, water supply shortages are projected in the Methow, Okanogan and Upper Yakima basins, prompting Gov. Jay Inslee to declare a drought emergency in those watersheds.

WA receives federal grant funds to address opioid addiction, homelessness and paths to re-employment in five counties

As Washington continues to battle an epidemic of opioid addiction, federal officials awarded the state roughly $887,000 in new federal funds to focus on homeless Washingtonians affected by opioid use disorder.

Community leaders kick off year-long census 2020 efforts

Inslee opposes Trump’s latest assault on food assistance

Gov. Jay Inslee sent a letter today to U.S.

Inslee statement on WTO Boeing tax case ruling

“The state is reviewing the ruling and we will consult with USTR on next steps.

Inslee names Charlie Clark director of Department of Financial Institutions

Gov. Jay Inslee announced today that Charlie Clark is the new director of the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions. He takes over for Gloria Papiez, who is retiring.


Database shows buildings that could pose safety risk during earthquakes

Inslee statement on Trump’s effort to invalidate the Affordable Care Act

"President Trump’s decision to support full repeal of healthcare for millions of Americans is legally indefensible and morally inexcusable.

Inslee statement on House Democratic budget proposal

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement on the House Democratic budget proposal that was released earlier today. 

Inslee appoints Josephine Wiggs-Martin to King County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Josephine Wiggs-Martin to King County Superior Court today. She replaces Judge Wesley Saint Clair, who retired from the bench at the end of February.


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