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 issues emergency order for the SR 506 bridge damage; also activates members of the National Guard to support Hurricane Ian response efforts

Gov. Jay Inslee today declared an emergency in Lewis County due to damage that occurred on September 22, 2022 to the State Route 506/108 bridge over I-5. The damage was caused when an over-height load struck the SR 506 overpass, requiring replacement of one span of the structure.

SR506 Overpass Damage

Inslee issues emergency order for the Lieser Road overpass

Gov. Jay Inslee today declared an emergency in Clark County due to damage that occurred on July 7, 2022 to the Lieser Road overpass. The damage was caused when a vehicle with an over-height load struck the overpass where it crosses State Route 14.

Lieser Road Overpass Damage

Inslee announces upcoming rescission of twelve proclamations related to COVID-19

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the rescission of 12 proclamations under his COVID-19 emergency authority that are no longer needed to respond to the pandemic.

COVID-19: Behavioral Health Association, Children’s Long-Term Inpatient Program and Residential Treatment Facilities – Operations and Visitation

COVID-19: Long Term Care - Operations and Visitation

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

COVID-19: Department of Health – Temporary Practice Permits

COVID-19: DOH Facilities and Hand Sanitizer

COVID-19: Health care worker licensing

COVID-19: Restrictions on Non-Urgent Medical Procedures

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

Inslee rescinds two proclamations related to COVID-19

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the rescission of two COVID-19 emergency orders that are no longer needed to respond to the pandemic.

COVID-19: Tribal Fuel Tax Refund Restrictions Rescind

COVID-19: Ratepayer Assistance and Preservation of Essential Services Rescind

Inslee issues update to vaccination requirement for outdoor contractors and volunteers

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Amendment

Inslee announces upcoming rescission of two proclamations related to in-person drivers licenses and public meetings

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