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ENG: Jay Robert Inslee (born February 9, 1951) is the United States House of Representatives for Washington's 1st congressional district, serving since 1999. He is a member of the Democratic Party (United States). The district includes many of Seattle's northern suburbs in King County, Washington, Snohomish County, Washington, and Kitsap County, Washington counties. On June 27, 2011, Inslee announced his candidacy for Governor of Washington. Early life, education, and law career Inslee was born in Seattle, the son of Adele A. (née Brown) and Frank E. Inslee. He graduated from Seattle's Ingraham High School, the University of Washington (Bachelor of Arts, Economics), and Willamette University College of Law. Inslee has attributed his interest in the outdoors and List of areas ...
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Gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee visited Renton Technical College's campus on Friday afternoon and heard from students and instructors on the present state of education. Inslee, who represents the state's 1st District in Congress, got a quick tour of selected campus programs and then sat down for a roundtable discussion with students, RTC Board of Trustees member Susan Palmer and RTC President Steve Hanson. Inslee's opponent, Rob McKenna, visited the campus recently as well. McKenna is the state's attorney general. "I thought they both did a great job – lots of good questions and ...


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Morning Update: Special session day 17
A hearing is taking place at 10 a.m. today before the House Finance Committee about a proposal to expand Washington’s estate tax. Anti-tax activist Tim Eyman is testifying before the committee. The Senate has a pro forma meeting at noon but won’t be voting on legislation. Nothing else is on the Legislature’s agenda today. Gov. Jay Inslee is up in Seattle and will be speaking  at the Technology Alliance Luncheon at the Sheraton Hotel downtown at 11:40 a.m.  
Inslee plans for contingency of government shutdown; Tom promises it won’t happen
Gov. Jay Inslee is calling a second special session starting 9 a.m. Wednesday that by law could last up 30 days. But if it runs that long, the Capitol might be one of the minority of buildings in state government with the lights still on. If there’s no budget in place July 1, the state constitution does not provide for how to spend money. Inslee’s staff has been planning behind the scenes, and the Democratic governor meets with his Cabinet at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday to talk about contingency plans. “This is uncharted ground. It’s never happened before,” Inslee … Read more »
Gov. Jay Inslee’s budget office posts memo on how it would respond to government shutdown
As promised last week, Gov. Jay Inslee‘s budget office has released details on how it thinks it can legally respond to a shutdown of state government if a budget isn’t approved by the Legislature by June 30. A week ago, Inslee’s budget director David Schumacher asked agencies for details on what might be able to remain open based on factors such as federal mandates and funding, whether it is authorized by the already adopted transportation budget and services that do not require a specific authorization or appropriation by the Legislature. “The state constitution prohibits payment of treasury funds without an … Read more »
Blame game underway in Olympia over who has compromised
  Gov. Jay Inslee today assigned blame to the Senate’s mostly Republican Majority Coalition Caucus for the coming second special session. Inslee noted the math: Democrats have abandoned more than $800 million of their $1.3 billion in proposed tax revenue. Republicans started out calling for no new taxes and have capitulated on just $300 million — and have conditioned even that revenue on the House giving in on a series of policy changes the Senate wants. Inslee said Republicans are still pushing for those policy priorities even as Democrats have given up on their bills dealing with topics such … Read more »



 
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