Inslee announces $5.8 million in grants for local communities to improve lives of families facing poverty

Gov. Jay Inslee announced $5.8 million in grants today to fight poverty in Washington state.

Inslee letter to Trump Administration regarding poverty changes

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Inslee statement on Labor & Industries overtime proposal

Inslee letter opposing Trump Administration overtime rules

Gov. Jay Inslee sent a letter yesterday to the U.S.

U.S. News and World Report: Why Washington is the Best State in America

Executive order helps military spouses and veterans find jobs, training

State will expand unemployment benefits to federal employees

Govs. Inslee, Cuomo and Whitmer demand answers, action for unpaid federal workers

Today, Governors Jay Inslee, Gretchen Whitmer (MI) and Andrew Cuomo (NY) released the following statement, calling for answers and action from the Trump administration on states’ ability to make unemployment benefits available to unpaid federal workers who have remained on the job during the part

Inslee's State of the State: Washington's Unwritten Chapter

Washington state’s unemployment safety net will help furloughed federal employees

As the federal government shutdown enters its 21st day and many federal employees brace for their first missed paycheck, Washington state is standing by to assist furloughed employees with unemployment benefits while they wait to return to their jobs.

Inslee on Trump shutdown: This record-long shutdown has to end

Gov. Jay Inslee today issued the following statement, one day before the federal government shutdown becomes the longest in U.S. history:

State opposes move to downplay dangers of Hanford tank waste

Federal plan would not protect Columbia River from nuclear dregs

Inslee statement on new Washington State Labor Council leadership

Gov. Jay Inslee today issued a statement on the election of Larry Brown as president of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO and April Sims as secretary treasurer.

Washington ranked the best state to work

2017 legislative session produces major achievements for Washington

Washington awarded nearly $5 million in federal funds to help people affected by the opioid crisis find employment

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced nearly $5 million in new federal grant funds to help Washingtonians affected by opioid use disorder find employment.

Statement regarding U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn landmark labor rights case

Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued the following statement today on the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the Janus v. AFSCME case, which overturns the 1977 Abood decision: 

New Retirement Marketplace tool makes it easier for all Washington workers to save

WorkSource helps thousands experience the power of a job

Washington examines innovative ways to combat homelessness

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