Inslee statement on House budget proposal
“When I rolled out my budget proposal in December, I was very clear that any final budget must meet two criteria: 1) Fully fund education; and 2) Protect vital state services for our most vulnerable.
Inslee says Trump budget “incredibly harmful” to state and local governments
President Trump today released a federal budget proposal that would make significant cuts in state and local government programs, including education, environmental protection, health care and many other critical services that Washingtonians rely on.
Governor releases plan to fully fund basic education, promote strategies to recruit great teachers and support struggling students
Inslee’s budget proposal fully funds K-12 education, launches overhaul of mental health system
OLYMPIA - Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday released his 2017–19 budget proposals which include plans for a major overhaul of the state’s troubled mental health system.
Inslee signs updated bipartisan budget with wildfire and mental health funding, says next big lift on education remains
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee today signed the 2016 supplemental budget, which makes modest adjustments to the state’s current two-year budget.
Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee on passage of supplemental operating budget
“Legislators today concluded their most important order of business — passing a supplemental budget that keeps our books balanced and our state agencies fully open for business to serve the people of Washington.
Statement from Inslee regarding bill action and budget negotiations
Gov. Jay Inslee today released the following statement regarding the status of budget negotiations in the special session and upcoming bill action:
Legislators introduce bipartisan plan for taking next steps on K-12 funding reforms
Members of the bipartisan work group convened by Gov.
Inslee proposes “modest, responsible” updates to state budget; calls for action to begin addressing statewide teacher shortage
Gov. Jay Inslee today proposed his 2016 supplemental budget that makes modest adjustments to the current 2015–17 budget. The adjustments primarily pay for caseload increases, emergency responses to wildfires and urgent mental health needs.
Legislature adjourns with a solid budget, action on key priorities
Statement from Inslee about status of legislative session
“Last night I was pleased to sign a new operating budget for the state that is forward-looking and fair.
Statement from Gov. Inslee on the passage of the 2015-17 operating budget
Governor Inslee, Legislative leaders announce operating budget agreement
OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee and bipartisan legislative leaders said today that the proposed 2015–17 state operating budget they agreed to early Saturday is sustainable, responsible and makes important investments for Washingtonians in education and other important services.
Statement from governor and legislative leaders on budget agreement
Gov. Jay Inslee and bipartisan legislative leaders from the House and Senate released this statement today:
"Early this morning we reached an agreement in principle on a two-year state operating budget.
"This agreement ends the threat of a government shutdown on July 1.
Gov. Jay Inslee calls special legislative session for April 29, will call budget writers back early
Gov. Jay Inslee told legislative leaders today that he will call them into special session on Wednesday, April 29, to complete major work that will be left undone when the regular session ends this week.
Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee on Senate proposed 2015-17 operating budget
“I commend the Senate on its hard work in releasing a proposed 2015–17 budget. With proposals from the House and Senate majorities, I urge budget leaders to come together as soon as possible to begin negotiating a final compromise.
Statement from Gov. Jay Inslee on House proposed 2015-17 operating budget
“The House today released a solid budget proposal. While my staff is still reviewing the details, I am encouraged by its general framework.
Policy Brief: Carbon Pollution Accountability Act - Revenue Forecast
Gov. Jay Inslee highlights proposals to improve tax fairness for working families in Washington
Gov. Inslee meets with Paula Zambrano, a worker at a fruit company in Yakima.
YAKIMA, Wash. – A group of workers met with Gov. Jay Inslee here today to tell him about the challenges of living on minimum wage and their feeling that Washington’s economic recovery is leaving them behind.
Fact Sheet: Giving Working Families a Break