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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.

Inslee extends tuition waiver proclamation

COVID-19: Residency for Tuition Waivers

Wildfire-Related Exemptions to Open Public Meetings Act Proclamations

Inslee extends two proclamations related to truck driver hours

Gov. Jay Inslee today extended two proclamations related to truck driver hours.

Wildfires – Truck Driver Hours – Utility Restoration

COVID-19: Truck Driver Hours

Wildfires – Truck Driver Hours – Fire Retardant Powder

Inslee issues proclamation providing assistance to families impacted by wildfires

Wildfires - Temporary Assistance to Families

Inslee issues proclamation addressing public DNR meetings

COVID-19: Department of Natural Resources – In-Person Meetings

COVID-19: Long Term Care - Operations and Visitation

COVID-19: Long Term Care - Workers, Facilities, and Resources

COVID-19: Public Records Act – Contact Tracing -- Personal Information

COVID-19: Department of Social & Health Services - Family Emergency Assistance Program

COVID-19: Department of Health - Temporary Practice Permits

COVID-19: Employment Security Department - Shared Work Requirements

COVID-19: Tribal Fuel Tax Refund Restrictions

COVID-19: Statewide Proclamations Relating to Long-Term Care


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