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Inslee's New Years quote: "big things take time"
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Gov. Inslee’s New Years Quote? “Big Things Take Time…” Chilling?

Maybe we're being too conspiratorial here, but Inslee's assessment of his rough first year in office is a little cryptic.

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Inslee says time for disussion on raising minimum wage
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Gov. Inslee Says It’s Time to Discuss Raising the Minimum Wage

Gov. Jay Inslee Thursday said it's time to have a discussion about Washington's minimum wage -- the highest in the country.

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New Clean Energy Institute to grab $6 million in state funding.
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State to Spend $6 Million Researching Batteries, Solar Energy

Gov. Jay Inslee officially opened the Clean Energy Institute -- created last summer by the governor and legislators -- at the University of Washington to study and explore solar and battery sources.

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Inslee wants to adopt controversial CA fuel standard
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Gov. Inslee’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard Idea Would Make Gas Prices Skyrocket

Recently, Gov. Jay Inslee has been dropping hints that we follow the (so far) disastrous step of California by initiating what is called a Low Carbon Fuel Standard.

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Inslee to unveil plan to keep Boeing 777X construction in our state
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Gov. Inslee Announces ‘Special Package’ to Keep Boeing 777X Production in Washington

Inslee has called a special session of the Washington state legislature. Starting Thursday, Nov. 7, lawmakers will approve or reject Inslee's package of tax incentives and exemptions to entice Boeing to keep its production of 777X aircraft and composite wings

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Inslee named to Obama climate change committee
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Gov. Inslee Named to Obama’s Task Force on Climate Change

It comes as little surprise to Washingtonians that the Obama administration announced Friday Gov. Jay Inslee has been named to the Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience.

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Trick or treating with Jay Inslee
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What’s The Theme of Gov. Inslee’s Halloween Party? Pirates, of Course!

Considering Inslee and his administration appear to be in favor of new and higher taxes, more government spending,  and intrusion into the lives of business and citizens with his controversial environmental ideas,  pirates makes perfect sense!

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Legislators will try to amend state constitution
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GOP Legislators Hope to Eliminate Governor’s ‘Executive Privilege’ Over Sensitive Documents

Former Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna says we need a constitutional amendment to do away with a recent Supreme Court ruling.

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Jay Inslee to hide documents and information from public
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State Supreme Court Rules Gov. Inslee Can Withhold Information, Communications From Public

A new ruling means Gov. Jay Inslee won't have to release documents or disclose details about how he decides upon his policies.

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Inslee now suggesting a carbon tax or cap-and-trade for businesses
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Inslee Wants Cap-and-Trade in Washington State

Following the Washington State Climate Legislative Executive Workshop, Gov. Jay Inslee is suggesting Washington implement its own cap-and-trade program.

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