Governor Inslee made a strong statement about Arctic drilling during his Reddit AMA, but didn't address the climate side of the argument. Governor's Office/Flickr Governor Inslee came out with a pretty strong statement on Arctic drilling in his Reddit AMA this afternoon. Show More Summary
Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee Potential candidates are constantly getting "mentioned" for higher office, but who's doing all that work? Why, the Great Mentioner of course. In this new ongoing series, Daily Kos channels the Great Mentioner...Show More Summary
Would u rather... Governor's Office/Flickr Governor Jay Inslee will be answering a Reddit AMA at 1 p.m. today. Here are some questions, oh, I don't know, somebody might want to ask him: 1. Are you opposed to Arctic drilling? 2. Will you call on Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to reject all Arctic drilling? 3. Show More Summary
The Seattle Times ran an article whose headline was so unsurprising I almost didn't read on: "Oil industry not buying Gov. Jay Inslee's cap-and-trade plan." No surprise right? Big Oil's actions tell us it not only wants to kill carbon...Show More Summary
On Monday, as Governor Inslee listened to college student leadership share concerns about affordable tuition, The Stranger was waiting for him. SB When Governor Jay Inslee joined some Washington college student leaders yesterday afternoon...Show More Summary
March 10--Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, voted for an increase in the gas tax as part of a $15 billion transportation package because of flood mitigation funds, a roadblock to Gov. Jay Inslee's low-carbon fuel standards and eight transportation...Show More Summary
Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee has yet to draw a Republican challenger, but several potential candidates are scoping out the race Leading Off: • WA-Gov: Neither party has many gubernatorial targets next year, but the GOP is expected to hone in on Washington. Show More Summary
Office of Governor Jay Inslee Governor Jay Inslee delivering his State of the State address on January 13. He argues that state legislators must act this session to reform our unfair tax system. On so many fronts, Washington leads the nation. Show More Summary
Four energy storage units funded by Washington state's Clean Energy Fund have been dedicated by Governor Jay Inslee, and are in operation The First Of Washington State’s Energy Storage Is Online was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
“Buck up,” Gov. Jay Inslee (D) said in introducing a budget calling for $1.4 billion in higher taxes over the coming biennium, including a new capital gains tax that is merely the latest in a string of efforts to introduce some sortShow More Summary
Office of Governor Jay Inslee Governor Jay Inslee and staff recently, preparing for today's State of the State address. Huddle around the TVW, everyone! Governor Jay Inslee is about to address a joint session of the state legislature...Show More Summary
Why did Washington state choose a cap-and-trade program? And does it have a chance of passing? Gov. Jay Inslee weighs in.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee proposes a statewide cap and trade program. The Democrat released details of his carbon pollution market program that would give the state’s Department of Ecology authority to set annual goals aimed at reducing emissions to half of 1990 levels. Show More Summary
Tibanna79/Shutterstock Jay Inslee wants to tax your vaping. Watch your e-cigs: Gov. Jay Inslee has proposed a capital gains tax, a cigarette tax increase, and an e-cigarette tax. Combined with yesterday's proposed cap-and-trade program, the governor says his plan would bring in $1.4 billion in new revenue. Show More Summary
Jay Inslee wants to create a cap-and-trade program for the state's biggest polluters and use the money raised to fund transportation, education, and more.
Office of Governor Jay Inslee Governor Jay Inslee wants the state's biggest polluters to pay. California did it. So did nine states on the opposite coast. Now, Governor Jay Inslee has a plan to make Washington State's worst polluters pay for their carbon emissions. It’s about damn time. Show More Summary
My governor, Jay Inslee, has proposed a state-level carbon cap for the largest business emitters. By auctioning the permits, he expects to take in about a billion dollars in new revenue, about a sixth of which would be rebated to low-income...Show More Summary
By Rory Carroll SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Washington Governor Jay Inslee on Wednesday laid out a plan for a carbon cap-and-trade program aimed at fighting global warming and raising $1 billion a year for state schools and public transportation initiatives, but he will first need the support of a divided state legislature. Show More Summary
SEATTLE— Eighteen local and national environmental organizations called on Washington Gov. Jay Inslee today to seek bold actions from the Washington Department of Ecology to address ocean acidification. A lawsuit by the Center for Biological...Show More Summary
Office of Governor Jay Inslee Washington State Governor Jay Inslee is expected to propose major legislation to combat climate change soon. Remy Trupin and De'Sean Quinn argue it won't be as successful as it needs to be unless it also...Show More Summary