In recent months, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has taken dramatic steps to work with businesses and non-profits to promote Washington’s wilderness and outdoors. Most notably, he has begun working with the Big Tent Coalition, a group of nearly three dozen for-profit, non-profit and government organizations to forward this agenda. 196 more words
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I’m all in favor of increasing the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour; actually I would even go up to 12.00 dollars an hour over a 5-year period and even index the minimum wage for inflation so it keeps up with cost of living increases, just as long as it comes with a 30-percent tax break for small employers and nonprofit employers, who are responsible to their employees and customers but simply can’t afford big increases to their payrolls. 26 more words
While one may find fault with the timing and tactic, Governor Jay Inslee’s announcement earlier this month that he will not allow executions during his term may very will reframe how we debate the future of capital punishment. 564 more words
WA Gov. panders to NAACP by suspending death penalty for three black men who brutally murdered white women.
WA Governor suspends nine death sentances to appease NAACP. Lies about consulting with the family members of the victims.
Komo - Gov. Jay Inslee said Tuesday he was suspending the use of the death penalty in Washington state for as long as he’s in office, announcing a move that he hopes will enable officials to “join a growing national conversation about capital punishment.” The first-term Democrat said he came to the decision after months of review, meetings with victims’ families, prosecutors and law enforcement. 369 more words