Jay Inslee 4 months ago:   Thursday Feb 4 - 6:07pm Excited to see this new report from my friends at Evergreen today. We need big, bold action on the defining crisis of our time and this report is a roadmap for policy makers. https://t.co/XMcT2gnFIT Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 8:47pm I’m excited to celebrate the inauguration of @JoeBiden as the 46th President of the United States. I look forward to working with him on the many challenges that face our country and enacting effective clean energy policies to address the climate crisis.
Link to Image Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Thursday Jan 14 - 4:26pm The White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy is in excellent hands with my former team member @maggiethomas315 as Chief of Staff. @JoeBiden has built an incredible team to boldly address climate change. Let’s go get ‘em. Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 9:02pm RT @GovInslee: It is good news that the president has signed the relief bill. But his delayed action cost Washingtonians a week of PUA benefits. The Pandemic Relief Payments we announced today will fill that gap. I am pleased we can offer this vital help to 95,000 people in our state. https://t.co/ehlPQ1t2hC Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 7:38pm RT @GovInslee: Congratulations @Seahawks - NFC West Champs! Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 3:09pm RT @GovInslee: Learn more at https://t.co/4QSJ2GeKSX Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 3:09pm RT @GovInslee: .@ESDwaWorks will be issuing this state benefit later this week. This does not solve all the problems caused by the president’s inaction — we are doing what we can, but we simply do not have the ability to replace all of the unemployment supports in the relief package. Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 3:09pm RT @GovInslee: WA state will provide $54 million to extend a one-time Pandemic Relief Payment to 94,555 people in our state who have been claiming PUA and will be immediately impacted by the lapse in federal benefits. Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 3:09pm RT @GovInslee: We are providing a bridge for some Washingtonians until the federal government finally acts. In our state, we prepared for the possibility of a lapse in benefits and in anticipating it, we developed a plan for a one-time payment for those who have been receiving PUA benefits. Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 3:08pm RT @GovInslee: The president had until midnight last night to sign the sweeping relief bill to avert a lapse in PUA benefits. He chose not to act and allowed much-needed unemployment benefits to lapse for struggling workers and families. Jay Inslee 5 months ago:   Sunday Dec 27 - 3:08pm RT @GovInslee: WA state will provide funding for almost 100,000 Washingtonians who will lose federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) benefits following President Trump’s refusal to act on the federal coronavirus relief package. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Dec 25 - 12:03pm RT @GovInslee: Trudi and I wish a very Merry Christmas to all who celebrate. We hope you enjoy the spirit of the season and the love of your family and friends. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Wednesday Dec 23 - 7:30pm RT @GovInslee: I will be extending Washington state’s eviction moratorium through March 31, 2021.
We are still finalizing the details, but I know people need certainty that an extension is coming.
Additional information will be announced in the next week. https://t.co/XzgPnPgeCe
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 21 - 10:23pm RT @GovInslee: But this can only be considered a down-payment. Much more relief is needed.
I’ll keep working with the next Congress and administration to address the full scope of aid needed — for WA’s families, businesses and communities.
Our work is not done. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 21 - 10:23pm RT @GovInslee: I’m pleased Congress is acting on a long-overdue relief package, providing much needed funds for:
➡️ Unemployment insurance
➡️ Vaccine distribution
➡️ Rental assistance
➡️ Broadband Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 20 - 4:06pm RT @GovInslee: However, this fight isn’t over. Every choice we make can help more people live to see the end of this destructive pandemic.
We must continue to mask up, maintain physical distancing, avoid gathering and work together to defeat COVID-19.
https://t.co/Lm3nqqUO2v Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 20 - 4:06pm RT @GovInslee: The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup has given their unanimous authorization of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Having a second vaccine available makes the light at the end of the tunnel that much brighter. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Dec 18 - 7:14pm RT @GovInslee: The climate crisis is not a problem of the distant future, it’s already here.
The longer we wait to act, the more we stand to lose. https://t.co/RxLYKrljM6 Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 17 - 4:46pm RT @GovInslee: WATCH: I'm rolling out my '21-'23 budget proposals today at 2:30 PM.
Tune in live: https://t.co/ttBRFfImzDhttps://t.co/NNmbf0IkHw
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 17 - 2:33pm Paired with his excellent selections of @JenGranholm at @ENERGY & @GinaEPA as Climate Czar, @JoeBiden is filling his administration with climate leaders we can all be proud of. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 17 - 2:24pm Through his historic selections of Michael Regan and @RepDebHaaland to lead @EPA & @Interior, President-elect @JoeBiden continues to show his commitment to be a climate president who follows science, fights for environmental justice, and protects our most cherished places. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Wednesday Dec 16 - 1:18pm RT @GovInslee: Yesterday, I laid out our plan to cut state emissions 35% by 2030 – all while growing our clean energy economy, creating jobs and investing in communities that have been hardest hit by the impacts of pollution and climate change.
https://t.co/oXL0si7gkq Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Wednesday Dec 16 - 1:18pm RT @GovInslee: I’m incredibly excited about what the Biden administration means for federal climate action.
But states can and must continue to lead.
We will continue to create jobs and improve health in Washington. And we will meet our moral responsibility to protect our communities. https://t.co/99qLikeGLl Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: Residential and commercial buildings account for 1/5 of WA GHG emissions.
The good news? Fixing this grows clean energy jobs by the thousands.
I propose eliminating fossil fuels for heating from residential/commercial construction by 2030 – and from existing buildings by 2050. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: Those investments include:
✅ Grid modernization
✅ Clean energy R&D
✅ Electrifying our transportation system
✅ Clean buildings and electrification
✅ Increased building energy efficiency
✅ Decreased energy costs
Every investment will grow jobs in this state. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: I propose investing $100 million in projects that help grow our clean energy economy.
Priority must be given to projects that benefit vulnerable populations and overburdened communities, including tribes and communities that are highly impacted by climate change and pollution. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: We must cap emissions in our state.
We simply cannot meet the goals established by the Legislature in 2020 without serious reductions from our largest carbon emitters.
My proposal caps emissions and directs revenue raised to environmental justice programs and projects. https://t.co/zD3WmmKPvx
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: I’m also proposing $318 million to further electrify @wsferries.
Electrifying our ferries will cut emissions, save money on operating costs and virtually eliminate harmful noise and vibrations that threaten our orca.
https://t.co/9iAemCCsjU Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: There’s no path to reducing emissions without cleaning up our transportation system.
I’m proposing a clean fuel standard to clean our air and provide more choice to Washingtonians.
It has worked in CA, OR and BC. It's time for us to join the rest of the West Coast. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: My Climate Commitment Plan would reduce nearly 30 million metric tons of emissions by 2030.
And it will grow tens of thousands of clean energy jobs in the process. https://t.co/UdsROUh8QQ
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: This year, Washington experienced harsh extremes, from record flooding in Walla Walla, to one of the most intense and dangerous fire seasons in the history of our state.
And we know this is only a preview of what will come if we don’t act.
https://t.co/LB8y0oQcqx Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:46pm RT @GovInslee: The impacts of climate change have arrived in Washington.
We can - and must - rise to meet this challenge. Because left unchecked, this crisis will threaten everything we hold dear.
Today, I’m announcing the next steps to our climate commitment.
https://t.co/oXL0si7gkq Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:35pm RT @GovInslee: These commitments will create thousands of jobs across Washington.
This is the strongest environmental justice proposal in U.S. history.
This will slash pollution.
And this is an enormous step toward protecting our state from the climate crisis. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 6:35pm RT @GovInslee: Every proposal centers environmental justice (EJ) & incorporates recs from our EJ Task Force. It includes creating an EJ + Equity Panel to advise on designing/implementing climate policies & investments to ensure they meet our goals.
Every investment must undergo an EJ analysis. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 15 - 2:31pm RT @GovInslee: This is an incredible day.
For months, these health care heroes have put themselves at risk to take care of sick Washingtonians.
I’m so grateful they will be protected by this vaccine. https://t.co/mf56Fm0Ifx Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: We can and we must uproot systemic racism from our state. These proposals are a start.
They will help dismantle inequities. They will invest directly in underserved communities. And they will increase access to opportunity to stop this insidious cycle of inequality. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: 6⃣ Finally - I'm proposing new equity investments in the capital budget to support resiliency and economic growth in BIPOC communities.
These investments are steps toward righting the historic disinvestment and marginalization faced by communities of color in our state. https://t.co/EVFIi5hVdL
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: 5⃣ Systemic racism has made the use of credit scores to determine insurance rates highly inequitable. So we shouldn't use them.
@WA_OIC Mike Kreidler and I are proposing legislation that bans the use of credit scores to determine auto, homeowner, renter and boat insurance rates. https://t.co/2nSK8uHcDG
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: 4⃣ Immigration status should not deny anyone and food, shelter or safety. In Oct. we formed the Immigrant Relief Fund to help immigrant workers - unable to access most economic supports - through the COVID-19 pandemic.
I am recommending we add another $10 million to that fund. https://t.co/XJBjeOYOwr
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: The Office of Independent Investigations was shaped by Governor’s Task Force on Independent Investigations of Police Use of Force – formed after the deaths of George Floyd and Manuel Ellis.
I’m grateful for their guidance on this issue. https://t.co/JxrMBKLY8d Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: 3⃣ Black lives matter. And our actions need to back up those words.
I'm requesting legislation to create the Office of Independent Investigations - so police use-of-force investigations are conducted transparently, thoroughly and with an anti-racism lens. https://t.co/Vqn7HjATmG
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: 2⃣ I am proposing $2.5 million to fully fund the state Equity Office created last year.
The office will develop and implement an equity plan for the state, transparently track our progress and assist agencies in developing their own plans. https://t.co/L4psOor2yk
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:41pm RT @GovInslee: 1⃣ I am supporting legislation to make Juneteenth a legal holiday.
Clearly we have not done enough to recognize the history of slavery and acknowledge the institutional racism that has impacted people of color for generations.
This is one small but important step to fix that. https://t.co/0yZbNvHEec
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:37pm RT @GovInslee: We have a moral mandate to uproot systemic racism in our society. 2020 has yet again laid bare the cost of inaction.
I believe WA can be an anti-racist state. Today, I’m announcing concrete actions we should take to rise to that essential challenge. ⬇️
https://t.co/RLSyshktb9 Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 6:16pm RT @GovInslee: WATCH: Governor Inslee Media Availability https://t.co/s3j7ILXVBo Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 4:35pm RT @GovInslee: It’s official - Washington’s 12 electoral votes have been cast for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. https://t.co/Me63LNM3bT
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 14 - 1:11pm RT @GovInslee: The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Washington. https://t.co/pVP3T2OARO Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 13 - 2:48pm RT @GovInslee: Today’s news means we will see an end to this pandemic.
It will take time. We must stay vigilant. But there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Buckle down, Washington. And we will make it to the other side. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 13 - 2:48pm RT @GovInslee: I want to be clear: this does not change the importance of our safety precautions.
Masking, physical distancing and limiting interactions is just as important tomorrow as it was yesterday. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 13 - 2:48pm RT @GovInslee: Vaccine doses start arriving from the federal government tomorrow, and the vaccine will begin to be administered as early as Tuesday.
The first doses will go to health care workers and residents at long term care facilities. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 13 - 2:48pm RT @GovInslee: Given this rigorous process, I am confident Washingtonians can begin receiving the vaccine and have confidence in the safety of it. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 13 - 2:48pm RT @GovInslee: The Western States Workgroup gave their unanimous recommendation to the vaccine last night and encourages immediate use.
This is welcome news – with nearing 200,000 total COVID cases and close to 3,000 deaths from COVID-19. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Sunday Dec 13 - 2:48pm RT @GovInslee: The first COVID-19 vaccine has been given initial authorization by the FDA and CDC.
Today, I’m happy to announce it’s been authorized by our own Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup.
That means vaccination can begin in Washington. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Saturday Dec 12 - 12:39pm RT @GovInslee: 89,361 Washingtonians held clean energy jobs in 2019.
And this industry is poised to grow even further – helping combat the climate crisis and build back Washington’s economy from the damage COVID-19 has caused. https://t.co/nkdUdXl29y
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Saturday Dec 12 - 12:39pm RT @GovInslee: I’m glad President-elect Biden will bring the U.S. back into the Paris Agreement. But WA and all 25 states of the @USClimate Alliance never stopped working toward its goals.
We took climate action. And because of it, we outpaced the nation in clean energy job creation. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Saturday Dec 12 - 12:39pm RT @GovInslee: 5 years ago today, the world came together and signed the Paris Climate Agreement.
We know this alone cannot solve the climate crisis. But the agreement is proof we can unite and take on the greatest threat to our shared fate.
It is the ground to build on. And we must build. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Dec 11 - 1:25pm RT @GovInslee: It is shameful that two of Washington’s leaders are backing this anti-democratic charade.
Attempting to overturn a free and fair election is absolutely indefensible. They know that.
And Washingtonians deserve better. https://t.co/TjEks9TQue Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 10 - 7:46pm RT @GovInslee: This is welcome news – especially after the tragic number of deaths yesterday. Hope is on the horizon.
While it's a big step, we have a long way to go before we can relax. It’s more important than ever to do everything we can to protect one another.
https://t.co/bV1rwHU7af Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 10 - 11:54am RT @VinGuptaMD: Gov Inslee was right to put in place these temporary restrictions. These continue to help mitigate the preventable loss of life in our region
Relief is in sight. Thank you to Gov Inslee and your administration for relying on science, not dogma, as the core of your convictions. https://t.co/xuoZlD5CkG Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Wednesday Dec 9 - 6:38pm RT @GovInslee: I’m about to join @wolfblitzer on @CNN.
Tune in. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 8 - 1:57pm RT @GovInslee: Congress should act on relief today. But if they fail to do so, Washington state is prepared to extend Pandemic Unemployment Assistance benefits beyond Dec. 25th.
That means business owners, self-employed workers and independent contractors will still be eligible for assistance. https://t.co/S0GFqJswlL
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 8 - 7:39am RT @GovInslee: What a match.
Congratulations, @SoundersFC, on winning the Western Conference Finals.
Now let’s go get *another* MLS Cup. https://t.co/CrAaBUIvQO Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 7 - 3:26pm RT @GovInslee: As a freshman member of Congress, I remember meeting Xavier Becerra at our orientation in 1992 and thinking, “That young fellow is going to make a name for himself one day.”
Congratulation Xavier — and go class of 92’. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 7 - 3:26pm RT @GovInslee: This group reflects President-elect Biden’s commitment to the federal leadership and science-driven approach we need to tackle this pandemic – and every other health issue we face.
Our nation’s health is in good hands with proven leaders like these. https://t.co/3sT7EycWQO Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Dec 7 - 11:33am It appears the only Kraken being released will be the @SeattleKraken next year. https://t.co/AMGHG2I1fF Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Dec 4 - 7:09pm RT @GovInslee: To Washington's Dreamers: Your home is here.
A Federal judge has ordered DACA to be fully restored - and new applications will be accepted for the first time since 2017. https://t.co/4cdYBbtQ2x Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Dec 4 - 3:30pm RT @GovInslee: WA Notify now has more than 1.1 million users.
It is the anonymous, secure and free way to get alerts when you have spent time near another WA Notify user who tested positive for COVID-19.
Join today ➡️ https://t.co/Zxnmwvumu4https://t.co/JejCaSlykZ
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Dec 4 - 1:37pm RT @GovInslee: ✅ Legalize marijuana
✅ Launch the Marijuana Justice Initiative
✅ Vacate prior convictions
✅ Raise revenue from the sale and invest it back into our communities
That's what we have done in Washington.
I’m glad similar legislation passed the U.S. House today. https://t.co/kqhIykmHxS Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 3 - 2:52pm Brian Deese is an excellent choice by @JoeBiden to head the National Economic Council.
Selecting a climate policy expert with extensive experience to lead the NEC shows President-elect Biden is committed to combatting the climate crisis and creating a clean energy economy. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Dec 3 - 1:44pm RT @GovInslee: Over 3100 Americans died of COVID-19 yesterday – more than died in the 9/11 attacks.
Please stay home as much as possible.
If you do go out – keep it brief, keep your distance and keep your mask on. https://t.co/nwFnKV8pJG Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Wednesday Dec 2 - 7:37pm RT @KatyTurNBC: How will you know when it’s your turn to get vaccinated? I spoke with @JayInslee to find out. https://t.co/R0uBGolZwm Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Wednesday Dec 2 - 2:13pm RT @GovInslee: I’m joining @KatyTurNBC live in a few minutes on @MSNBC.
Tune in. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Tuesday Dec 1 - 9:51pm RT @GovInslee: Tonight, I carried out my duty to sign the certified statewide election results.
Thanks to the tireless work of elections staff and volunteers across our state who helped the voices of more than 4 million Washingtonians – the most ever – be counted. https://t.co/njnWN81BVIhttps://t.co/DTOTgRvZd0
Link to Image Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Monday Nov 30 - 4:34pm RT @GovInslee: We know masks, distancing and limiting interactions slow COVID-19's spread.
Today, we’re announcing a new tool – WA Notify.
It’s an anonymous exposure notification tool that alerts you if you spent time near another user who tests positive for COVID-19.
https://t.co/nWfUhFdd4n Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Friday Nov 27 - 5:37pm RT @GovInslee: On Native American Heritage Day, we celebrate the many contributions and rich culture of Native American peoples. Washington is lucky to learn from, and partner with, the many strong tribal leaders and communities in our region. Jay Inslee 6 months ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 7:25pm RT @GovInslee: And thank you, Trudi, for making the most delicious Thanksgiving pies.
I am a lucky governor. https://t.co/K5KsW5dzPFhttps://t.co/BwUNer7JNW
Link to Image Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:50am RT @GovInslee: This year has been hard. It has brought unprecedented challenge, loss and hardship to our state.
But know this: I have never been more proud to be a Washingtonian. And as your governor, I have a lot to be thankful for. ⤵️ Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 12:09pm RT @GovInslee: Thank you for staying home. Thank you for staying safe. https://t.co/qylRAGNeBi Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 5:40pm RT @GovInslee: WATCH: Governor Inslee Media Availability https://t.co/hPUxkMsun8 Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 2:05pm RT @GovInslee: Gatherings have grave consequences right now.
Stay safe. Protect the people you love. Keep to your immediate household. https://t.co/Nlo3EEC9kY
Link to Image Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 1:26pm Congratulations @JohnKerry. He is an excellent choice to be the Special Envoy for Climate.
By choosing a leader with such international esteem, President-Elect @JoeBiden has again demonstrated his deep commitment to follow science to save our planet and create millions of jobs. Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Sunday Nov 22 - 11:19am RT @GovInslee: Breaking with tradition, Trudi and I will celebrate Thanksgiving alone this year. Our usual touch football will just be a game of catch.
Thanks to all of you who are doing likewise to flatten the curve. https://t.co/UgACxFmBVm
Link to Image Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 6:06pm RT @GovInslee: This will provide some relief to Washingtonians. But Congress, and Congress alone has the ability to provide relief at the size and scale we need.
The more time wasted, the more people suffer and the longer it will take for our economy to recover.
https://t.co/NAgka0Taj2 Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 6:06pm RT @GovInslee: Here’s the breakdown:
✅ $70 million in business grants
✅ $30 million in business loans
✅ $20 million in rental assistance
✅ $15 million in utility payment assistance Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 6:06pm RT @GovInslee: Washingtonians across the state are hurting due to COVID-19.
Today, we’re announcing $135 million in financial support to help families, businesses and workers get by. https://t.co/ItiwFRKt3h
Link to Image Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 12:55pm RT @GovInslee: Every single loss caused by COVID-19 is devastating.
No one should have to lose a parent, a partner, a family member to this preventable virus.
We can stop COVID-19, but we need everyone to do their part. https://t.co/volHTUMhHs Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 6:57pm We will not give in to this virus.
Public health measures can help stop the spread and save lives. https://t.co/HuSeDjkHk0 Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 10:09pm Telling the truth shouldn’t be a fireable offense. https://t.co/0E67iKcQZC Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 5:42pm RT @GovInslee: Mitch McConnell could pass more federal aid tomorrow. He is blocking the only path to the aid needed to help our workers, businesses, health care systems and beyond.
His refusal to act is deeply irresponsible.
https://t.co/wbZ2IAVEU9 Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 12:35pm RT @GovInslee: WATCH: Today I’m announcing the new secretary for the Washington state Department of Health.
Tune in live: https://t.co/tQkd6RVzZ3
More information: https://t.co/PvaWX0AdRohttps://t.co/4Y4tSzqUUQ
Link to Image Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 1:49pm RT @GovInslee: Health care workers like Clint have been caring for COVID-19 patients for 8 months.
Their efforts have been nothing short of heroic.
And they need our help. https://t.co/gMGcTgn7F6
Link to Image Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Sunday Nov 15 - 8:02pm RT @GovInslee: A pandemic is raging in our state.
Left unchecked, it will overburden our hospitals. Our economic devastation will be prolonged. More Washingtonians will die.
We will not allow this to happen.
That’s why we are acting today. Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Sunday Nov 15 - 8:02pm RT @GovInslee: Today is the most dangerous public health day in the last 100 years of our state’s history. A pandemic is raging in Washington.
Today, we are taking action to stop it.
https://t.co/p7IWK3GFUG Jay Inslee 7 months ago:   Sunday Nov 15 - 2:08pm RT @GovInslee: WATCH: Governor Inslee Media Availability https://t.co/y6vmIk2gXW