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News - Jun 12
Inslee signs $5.1B transportation bill, touts Cheney rail project
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee visited an old cow pasture near Four Lakes on Thursday to sign the state’s $5.1 billion transportation budget for the next two years.
News - May 27
Inslee uses Puyallup bridge visit to highlight state infrastructure needs
Gov. Jay Inslee got a glimpse of the state Route 167 Puyallup River Bridge replacement project Wednesday and delivered a clear, familiar message: It’s time to fix the state’s aging infrastructure.
News - May 19
Gov. Inslee donating raise to school fundraising site
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Gov. Jay Inslee says that he’s donating his pay raise to a fundraising site that helps with school expenses.
News - May 14
Inslee signs tougher oil-train law, calls on feds to act
OLYMPIA — Washington will hire more rail inspectors and let fire departments know ahead of time when train shipments of crude oil are coming though town under a new law signed Thursday.
News - May 14
Gov. Inslee signs health care information sharing measure
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) – Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill that will give consumers, employers, doctors and others more information about the cost and quality of health care providers and services.
News - Apr 25
Gov. Jay Inslee, thousands of teachers rally at Capitol
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Thousands of teachers and their supporters crowded the steps of the Washington state Capitol’s legislative building for a rally Saturday morning to call for teacher pay raises, smaller class sizes and less standardized testing.
News - Apr 18
Governor signs bill to boost mapping of geologic hazards
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill that will allow Washington to have more information than ever about geologic hazards that threaten communities and citizens.
News - Apr 14
Governor, Tri-Citians celebrate Port of Kennewick’s 100 years
About 200 Tri-Citians and Gov. Jay Inslee raised glasses of champagne and cider Tuesday to celebrate the Port of Kennewick’s 100th birthday.
News - Apr 04
Washington Governor Puts Focus on Climate Goals, and Less on Debate
OLYMPIA, Wash. — In his office, Gov. Jay Inslee keeps a framed image of a stand of magenta paintbrush, an alpine meadow flower and a signature species in Washington, that he photographed while hiking with his wife in Olympic National Park.
News - Mar 30
Inslee to protest Indiana law with travel ban
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee plans to issue an executive order banning state-paid travel to Indiana, joining a growing wave of protest against that state’s new law allowing businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians for religious reasons.
News - Mar 05
Inslee condemns vandalism against Hindu temples
OLYMPIA -- Recent vandalism against Hindu temples in the metropolitan Puget Sound was condemned today by Gov. Jay Inslee as "acts of intolerance, intimidation and violence."
News - Mar 05
Inslee in Yakima calls for investment in early learning
Greater investments in early childhood programs now would have across-the-board benefits in the future, Gov. Jay Inslee told local officials at a Yakima early education roundtable Wednesday.
News - Jan 28
Inslee visits Hopelink in Kirkland to discuss unemployment
During a roundtable discussion at Hopelink in Kirkland, Gov. Jay Inslee met with job seekers and various organizations to determine ways to reduce long-term unemployment in King County
News - Jan 13
Inslee says fund education, transportation, clean energy
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee says Washington state has a moral obligation to address carbon pollution and used his State of the State address to tout his proposal for a program that requires industrial polluters to pay for every ton of carbon they release.
News - Jan 07
Inslee's pollution solution: tackle water toxics at source
SEATTLE (AP) - Gov. Jay Inslee is proposing legislation to protect state waters by tackling pollution at its source and giving a state agency the authority to potentially ban the worst chemicals in products before they get into the environment.
News - Jan 01
Inslee seeks tax rebate for low-income families
Most of the headlines surrounding Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent budget rollout focused on his plan to raise more than $1.4 billion in new revenue through tax increases and charges on carbon pollution.
News - Dec 26
Report: Government efficiencies saved $5.92 million, biggest gain in avoided costs
Washington state agencies have trimmed $5.92 million in spending and avoided another $27.4 million in future costs by letting workers find efficiencies in the workplace.
News - Dec 21
Inslee budget envisions a new world view
The critics of Gov. Jay Inslee’s budget, which he rolled out in stages over several days this week, have already begun picking apart its minutiae. But this time, the critics are missing Inslee’s important vision for the 2015-2017 biennium and beyond.
News - Dec 19
Washington Gov. Inslee’s budget proposal boosts school spending
OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee unveiled a budget proposal that would spend $2.3 billion more for public schools, strengthen mental health and child welfare systems, boost parks and implement tougher environmental rules.
News - Dec 18
Gov. Inslee wants capital gains tax, big boost in education spending
Gov. Jay Inslee has unveiled a $39 billion, two-year budget that boosts spending by $5 billion over the current biennium, saying it is time to “reinvest in Washington” particularly in education and with the state’s largest-ever early learning investment.
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