Governor Jay Inslee
Governor Jay Inslee appointed a Douglas County resident to the State’s Fish and Wildlife Commission. Molly Linville is a cattle rancher out of Douglas County, a member of the Washington Cattlemen’s Association, and grew up hunting and fishing in Washington. For four years, Linville has been active on the Fish & Wildlife Wolf Advisory Group. […]
An updated forecast shows Washington state is expected to see a net increase in revenues of nearly $432 million over the next two years. The numbers released at a Tuesday meeting of the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council showed total revenues are now projected at nearly $51 billion for the next two-year state budget cycle, […]
[7/31/18] Governor Declares State of Emergency
Governor Jay Inslee has declared a State of Emergency, which allows National Guard resources to deploy to wildfires.
Governor Jay Inslee has been traveling across the state to hear about broadband technology needs.
[3/23/18] Governor Jay Inslee Signs Bills Into Law Including One That Will Allow Leavenworth Residents To Burn Brush
Hawkins introduced Senate Bill 6055, which allows Leavenworth area residents to burn brush and yard waste four times a year.
Governor Jay Inslee signed into law a series of bills aimed at improving Washingtonian’s access to voting and the election process.
Prescription pain medications are now the leading cause of accidental death in Washington state – more than guns or car crashes
Although this year’s in-state fire season has been quiet…..