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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee urges the passage of House Bill 1091 and Senate Bill 5126, which would address the increasing effects of climate change, Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at Seafarers' Memorial Park in Anacortes, Wash.

With oil refineries in the background, Inslee urges action on climate change bills

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee urges the passage of House Bill 1091 and Senate Bill 5126, which would address the increasing effects of climate change, Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at Seafarers' Memorial Park in Anacortes, Wash.

March 30, 2021, 7:32pm Business

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee promoted two bills advancing through the Legislature that would address the increasing effects of climate change while adding family-wage jobs. Read story

Noriko Nasu, a high school teacher who was attacked earlier in the year while walking through Seattle's Chinatown-International District, speaks about the possible hate crime Monday, March 22, 2021, at a news conference at Renton City Hall in Renton, Wash., south of Seattle. Nasu joined Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and other leaders Monday to denounce recent acts of violence and harassment targeted at Asians and Asian communities. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Inslee decries ‘horrendous surge’ of violence against Asians

Noriko Nasu, a high school teacher who was attacked earlier in the year while walking through Seattle's Chinatown-International District, speaks about the possible hate crime Monday, March 22, 2021, at a news conference at Renton City Hall in Renton, Wash., south of Seattle. Nasu joined Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and other leaders Monday to denounce recent acts of violence and harassment targeted at Asians and Asian communities. (AP Photo/Ted S.

March 22, 2021, 1:35pm Latest News

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was joined Monday by community leaders to decry what he called a "horrendous surge" of violence against Asian-Americans. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks with kindergartners in Chelsea Singh's class during a visit to Firgrove Elementary School in Puyallup, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021. Students are back in school and all teachers and students are wearing masks. (Ellen M.

Washington governor signs $2.2 billion COVID-19 relief spending bill

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks with kindergartners in Chelsea Singh's class during a visit to Firgrove Elementary School in Puyallup, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021. Students are back in school and all teachers and students are wearing masks. (Ellen M.

February 19, 2021, 2:25pm Latest News

More than $2 billion in federal COVID-19 relief funding will be allocated across Washington state under a measure signed into law Friday by Gov. Jay Inslee. Read story

Gov. Jay Inslee speaks to members of the media during a tour of the mass COVID-19 vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Thursday morning, January 28, 2021.

Washington governor signs bill to help workers, businesses

Gov. Jay Inslee speaks to members of the media during a tour of the mass COVID-19 vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Thursday morning, January 28, 2021.

February 8, 2021, 1:03pm Latest News

A bill that increases the minimum weekly benefit for unemployed workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and prevents a dramatic increase in unemployment taxes paid by businesses was signed into law Monday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. Read story

Pvt. Brei Plumb, who is a medic in the Washington National Guard, left, talks with Washington Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah, second from right, and Gov. Jay Inslee, right, as they tour the mass vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Thursday morning, January 28, 2021.

Inslee visits mass vaccination site at Clark County fairgrounds

Pvt. Brei Plumb, who is a medic in the Washington National Guard, left, talks with Washington Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah, second from right, and Gov. Jay Inslee, right, as they tour the mass vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Thursday morning, January 28, 2021.

January 28, 2021, 11:06am Clark County Health

Gov. Jay Inslee visited Clark County's mass vaccination site Thursday morning to learn more about the site and brief local media. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, smiles after he received the first shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, from Elizabeth Smalley, right, a medical assistant at a Sea Mar Community Health Center in Olympia, Wash. Inslee's wife Trudi also received the first dose of the vaccine. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee receives COVID-19 vaccine

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, smiles after he received the first shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, from Elizabeth Smalley, right, a medical assistant at a Sea Mar Community Health Center in Olympia, Wash. Inslee's wife Trudi also received the first dose of the vaccine. (AP Photo/Ted S.

January 22, 2021, 3:48pm Latest News

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and his wife, Trudi, have both received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, right, takes the oath of office for his third term as Governor, as administered by Washington Supreme Court Chief Justice Steven Gonzalez, left, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021, during a ceremony at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Inslee: Washington state must work toward a “new normal”

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, right, takes the oath of office for his third term as Governor, as administered by Washington Supreme Court Chief Justice Steven Gonzalez, left, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021, during a ceremony at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S.

January 13, 2021, 12:40pm Election

In a videotaped speech to a mostly remote meeting of the Washington Legislature, Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday told lawmakers that following the challenges of 2020, the state must move to a "new normal" that addresses a multitude of issues, including equity, affordable housing and climate change. Read story

FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2020 file photo, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talks to reporters at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.  State lawmakers across the country will be convening in 2021 with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic rippling through much of their work -- and even affecting the way they work. After 10 months of emergency orders and restrictions from governors and local executive officials, some state lawmakers are eager to reassert their power over statewide decisions shaping the way people shop, work, worship and attend school  (AP Photo/Ted S.

State capitols face showdown over COVID powers and spending

FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2020 file photo, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talks to reporters at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.  State lawmakers across the country will be convening in 2021 with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic rippling through much of their work -- and even affecting the way they work. After 10 months of emergency orders and restrictions from governors and local executive officials, some state lawmakers are eager to reassert their power over statewide decisions shaping the way people shop, work, worship and attend school  (AP Photo/Ted S.

December 29, 2020, 12:45pm Politics

State lawmakers across the country will convene in 2021 with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic rippling through much of their work — even affecting the way they work. Read story

FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2020 file photo, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talks to reporters at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.  State lawmakers across the country will be convening in 2021 with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic rippling through much of their work — and even affecting the way they work. After 10 months of emergency orders and restrictions from governors and local executive officials, some state lawmakers are eager to reassert their power over statewide decisions shaping the way people shop, work, worship and attend school  (AP Photo/Ted S.

Washington state will spend $54M to help gig workers

FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2020 file photo, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talks to reporters at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.  State lawmakers across the country will be convening in 2021 with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic rippling through much of their work — and even affecting the way they work. After 10 months of emergency orders and restrictions from governors and local executive officials, some state lawmakers are eager to reassert their power over statewide decisions shaping the way people shop, work, worship and attend school  (AP Photo/Ted S.

December 27, 2020, 2:19pm Editor's Choice

Washington will spend $54 million to provide one-time payments to nearly 100,000 gig and self-employed workers cut off from unemployment benefits because of the impasse over the federal COVID-19 relief and spending bill, Gov. Jay Inslee said Sunday. Read story

s part of a push for greater environmental standards, Gov. Jay Inslee's proposed budget would further electrify Washington’s ferry fleet. The Democratic governor is also proposing new restrictions on carbon emissions.

What you should know about Inslee’s 2021 budget plan

s part of a push for greater environmental standards, Gov. Jay Inslee's proposed budget would further electrify Washington’s ferry fleet. The Democratic governor is also proposing new restrictions on carbon emissions.

December 21, 2020, 6:02am Latest News

Washington’s governor wasn’t shy about saying it Thursday: He thinks the state needs to spend more money to dig itself out of the hole caused by COVID-19. And he thinks new taxes are required to make that happen.  Read story