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Inslee names James A. Weaver new director of WaTech

Gov. Jay Inslee today named James A. Weaver director of WaTech. Weaver takes over from Vikki Smith who has served as interim director since July.


Inslee tours infrastructure innovation in and around Spokane

Inslee statement: We need leaders who speak against fear, not use it

“This is a difficult and anxious time for anyone in our nation who doesn't look, love or worship like the majority.


Inslee works to improve Washington’s behavioral health system

Inslee issues approval of Columbia Solar Project in Kittitas County

Inslee and Wyman highlight voting security ahead of midterm elections next month



Inslee announces largest-ever purchase of green power for state operations

Inslee statement on death of Paul Allen

Gov. Jay Inslee today reacted to the news of Paul Allen's death.


Inslee statement regarding Trump proposal to export coal out of West Coast military bases

Washington state and British Columbia recommit to strengthening regional partnership, building sustainable future

Inslee appoints Averil Budge Rothrock to King County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee today appointed Averil Budge Rothrock to King County Superior Court. She replaces Judge John H. Chun, who was recently appointed to the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division 1.

Inslee launches Complete Count 2020 census committee


Inslee appoints Toshiko Grace Hasegawa executive director of Washington State Commission on Asian and Pacific American Affairs

Gov. Jay Inslee today appointed Toshiko Grace Hasegawa as executive director of the Washington State Commission on Asian and Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA). She replaces Michael Itti, who departed the position earlier this year. 

Statement from Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson on assessment of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

"We agree with the federal court system in Canada that further assessment of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is necessary.

Washington state gets an ‘A’ for use of technology

Washington state received top marks today from the Center for Digital Government, earning an A- in the 2018 Digital States Survey.

Inslee and Washington tribes convene for 29th Annual Centennial Accord

Inslee statement on Trump administration’s decision to roll back crucial oil train safety regulation

“Today, the Trump administration

Washington state receives $21.5 million to tackle opioid epidemic

Gov. Jay Inslee announced today that Washington will receive an additional $21.5 million to support state efforts to combat the opioid crisis.  

Agreement to boost salmon returning to Pacific Northwest waters

Inslee discusses new efforts to defeat climate change at Global Climate Action Summit


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