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Marijuana Justice Initiative

In Washington state, it is no longer considered criminal behavior for adults to possess a small amount of marijuana for personal use. The governor’s Marijuana Justice Initiative intends to recognize the evolution of the state’s beliefs about marijuana and, within existing capacity, provide clemency relief to some who have these convictions on their records. The Initiative will provide an expedited process to grant pardons to people with a single misdemeanor conviction on their criminal record for adult marijuana possession prosecuted under Washington state law.

COVID-19: DRS Post-Retirement Employment

COVID-19: DSHS Facilities


COVID-19: DOH Facilities and Hand Sanitizer

COVID-19: DOC Community Custody Violations

COVID-19: SAO Waivers

COVID-19: Visitation and Remedial Services

COVID-19: Health care worker licensing

COVID-19: Childcare, background checks

COVID-19: ESD Job Requirements


COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act

COVID-19: Electronic Notary Effective Date

COVID-19: LCB Penalties

COVID-19: UTC Ratepayer Assistance

COVID-19: Stay Home, Stay Healthy

Inslee orders halt to elective surgeries and dental services to reserve critical equipment for COVID-19 health care workers

Inslee announced new restrictions today on non-urgent medical and dental procedures so the state can make sure Washington health care workers have enough protective equipment to wear as they work the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19: Restrictions on Non-Urgent Medical Procedures

COVID-19: UTC Waivers


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