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Governor Jay Inslee Retweeted ·  
With scientific reports of multiple pregnancies among J-pod, it's especially important that recreational boaters follow #BeWhaleWise regulations & give endangered Southern Resident killer whales extra space. Learn more in our news release: wdfw.wa.gov/news/reports-m…
 
Today I helped introduce the 20th Governors’ Cup Golf Tournament. Thanks to @GovGaryLocke for founding this event to raise funds for foster youth scholarships.
 
I was glad to join @college_success CEO James Dorsey & former Govs. Gregoire and Locke to support foster youth.
 
With the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people on September 11, 2001, we remember this tragedy & honor our nation’s resilience. This is an opportunity to strengthen our national consciousness. Read my full statement: governor.wa.gov/news-media/ins…
 
This year on #suicidepreventionday I encourage you to reach out for the help you need. @800273TALK is a free resource you can call if you’re in crisis, or if you’re not sure how to support someone who’s dealing with suicidality.
suicidepreventionlifeline.org
 
WA has led the way transitioning to clean energy, & we’ve grown the economy while doing it.
This Clean Electricity Payment Program would:
➡️reduce emissions
➡️grow 7.7M jobs
➡️increase grid resiliency
➡️grow 7.7M jobs
➡️keep utility costs down
➡️grow 7.7M jobs

Let’s get it done.
CEPP News: A new Analysis Group report finds that if Congress passes a $150 billion Clean Electricity Payment Program, it would increase the US workforce by 7.7 million new jobs and add nearly $1 trillion to the economy by 2031. cnn.com/2021/09/09/pol…
 
Today I announced that, starting September 13, facial coverings will be required for large outdoor events with 500 or more attendees.
 
 
WATCH: I’m holding a media availability today to give an update on the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tune in live: tvw.org/watch/?clientI…
 
I’m glad the Biden administration has taken this important step to secure permanent protection for this unparalleled watershed and the salmon & people it supports.
Mining in the Bristol Bay watershed would have caused irreparable harm to the largest sockeye fishery in the world.
The Bristol Bay Watershed is an Alaskan treasure that underscores the critical value of clean water in America. EPA is committed to making science-based decisions to protect our natural environment. Read about the steps we taking to protect #BristolBay: epa.gov/newsreleases/e…
 
Thanks to @waDCYF and @TreehouseTweets for your work supporting our foster care alumni.

These funds will help provide education, housing, transportation, food and more for many across our state.
In reply to @TreehouseTweets
Learn more about and apply for Washington Foster Care Pandemic Aid at treehouseforkids.org/pandemic-aid. Please spread the word so anyone who's eligible can apply! #FosterCare #PandemicAid #AgingOut #FosteringFutures #CheckForUs pic.twitter.com/WpQ62YdJxx
 
Today I joined the @WhiteHouse & public officials across the country to discuss housing & rental assistance.

I was proud to share lessons from our work to:
➡️distribute $237M in assistance
➡️develop an eviction diversion program
➡️provide legal counsel for low-income tenants
 
A big thanks for our sports teams for stepping up to protect their fans and the communities around them. @Seahawks @UW_Football @SeattleKraken

seattletimes.com/sports/seahawk…
 
Shanah Tovah! Wishing all who celebrate Rosh Hashanah a healthy, happy new year.
 
Happy Labor Day. All work is noble. A special thanks to health care workers who work so hard to save lives from COVID. They are tireless, & deal with the frustration that this is a preventable disease, if people would get vaccinated. They deserve a place in our hearts right now.
 
Governor Jay Inslee Retweeted ·  
More than 70% of all acres burned in Washington in 2020 were from fires started over Labor Day weekend last year.

Do your part to prevent us from repeating history. Skip the outdoor fire this weekend.
 
I’ll be on @CNNnewsroom momentarily to talk about our changing climate and the urgent need for action. Tune in.
 
Governor Jay Inslee Retweeted ·  
Welcome to a new class of mariners! We are proud to have worked with our community and industry partners to develop the school's curriculum, which will center on the environment, marine science and maritime careers.
 
.@Hilary_FranzCPL is right.

We’ve already seen a record breaking number of wildfires this season – please do your part to prevent additional fires and recreate safely in the coming days and weeks.
An ounce of fire prevention is worth a pound of suppression. Let’s keep each other safe this Labor Day by recreating responsibly, avoiding any activities that could cause a spark, respecting statewide burn bans, and continuing to be vigilant when spotting smoke or flames.
 
Today’s lack of leadership from SCOTUS will having chilling effects on reproductive rights in this country far beyond Texas.

We’re fortunate this won’t impact abortion access in WA, but Americans have been failed by this decision. Republicans must be held accountable. pic.twitter.com/FmFLRQwIcQ
 
Today’s lack of leadership from SCOTUS will having chilling effects on reproductive rights in this country far beyond Texas.

We’re fortunate this won’t impact abortion access in WA, but Americans have been failed by this decision. Republicans must be held accountable.
 
Over the last month we’ve seen a small but exciting increase in the number of Washingtonians getting vaccinated. 73.3% of eligible Washingtonians have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

It’s not too late to protect yourself from this virus: vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov
 
Today I joined nine other governors in calling @SpeakerPelosi & @SenSchumer to pass key climate policies as part of the infrastructure deal and reconciliation bill.

We’re beginning to see just how devastating the climate crisis will be unless we act now. pic.twitter.com/sXZT4RxWRH
 
Today I joined nine other governors in calling @SpeakerPelosi & @SenSchumer to pass key climate policies as part of the infrastructure deal and reconciliation bill.

We’re beginning to see just how devastating the climate crisis will be unless we act now.
 
The last U.S. personnel departed Afghanistan yesterday. However people feel about this moment, what should unify us is our respect for the Americans who served there.

Washington is ready to do our part in the work ahead supporting veterans, their families and Afghan evacuees. pic.twitter.com/pqXAq4HQsZ
 
The last U.S. personnel departed Afghanistan yesterday. However people feel about this moment, what should unify us is our respect for the Americans who served there.

Washington is ready to do our part in the work ahead supporting veterans, their families and Afghan evacuees.
 
In reply to @GovInslee
Lt. Cody Traber had served for 18 years with the Spokane County Fire District 9. He was known for helping others, for his sense of humor and for his particular passion for wildland firefighting. spokesman.com/stories/2021/a…
Replying to @GovInslee
Firefighters are asked to risk their lives in service to others, we owe them a debt of gratitude. We should also do what we can to minimize the risk of starting a fire. Learn more here: dnr.wa.gov/WildfirePreven…
 
In reply to @GovInslee
Jim Krouse, a volunteer firefighter, served as the Colfax Fire Chief for 40 years. His mentorship benefited many young cadets and firefighters, and his career of public service is a model for all of us. spokesman.com/stories/2021/a…
Replying to @GovInslee
Lt. Cody Traber had served for 18 years with the Spokane County Fire District 9. He was known for helping others, for his sense of humor and for his particular passion for wildland firefighting. spokesman.com/stories/2021/a…
Firefighter who fell from bridge died while responding to false alarm call
spokesman.com
 
Trudi and I were deeply saddened to learn of the loss of two firefighters in the line of duty this week. Our state has lost two dedicated public servants.

Please keep these heroes’ families and communities in mind this week.
Replying to @GovInslee
Jim Krouse, a volunteer firefighter, served as the Colfax Fire Chief for 40 years. His mentorship benefited many young cadets and firefighters, and his career of public service is a model for all of us. spokesman.com/stories/2021/a…
He would not have wanted to go out any other way: 76-year-old Colfax firefighter dies doing what he loved
spokesman.com
 
Trudi and I were deeply saddened to learn of the loss of two firefighters in the line of duty this week. Our state has lost two dedicated public servants.

Please keep these heroes’ families and communities in mind this week.
 
Do you have questions about Washington’s vaccine requirements to fight COVID?

We have answers governor.wa.gov/VaccineMandate…
Vaccine Mandate Frequently Asked Questions
governor.wa.gov
 
Getting vaccinated is the easiest way to protect yourself, your family & your community. Over 4.5 million Washingtonians have received at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine.

If you still have questions, please reach out to a physician.
We hear/read a lot about "breakthrough" infections & the % of people getting or hospitalized or dying with CoV-19 that are vaccinated. But this tells us nothing about what is most important: how the risk changes for vaccinated people compared to unvaccinated people.
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I think I speak for all of us in saying thank you, @WSDAgov.
LOOK: Washington wildlife officials destroy the first nest of the year belonging to hundreds of Asian Giant Hornets, a.k.a. "murder hornets" pic.twitter.com/0yb0Gm73MS
 
Governor Jay Inslee Retweeted ·  
Still a lot of fire out on the landscape. Please help keep our firefighters safe, and don't start any new fires.
 
I’m proud that the National Science Foundation has announced @WhatcomCC will serve as the new @NSF Advanced Technological Education National Cybersecurity Center.

Whatcom Community College has led on cybersecurity, and this partnership will only strengthen the program.
Our very own Whatcom Community College President Dr. Kathi Hiyane-Brown represented community & tech colleges at President Biden's cybersecurity summit today. Whatcom is a national leader in this field. Check it out! bit.ly/3Bd1sFj @WhatcomCC #waleg #waedu
 
This morning I affirmed with @POTUS that Washington state stands ready to aid Afghan refugees fleeing violence from the Taliban.

Over the last 50 years we have welcomed nearly 150,000 refugees from over 70 countries. We’re a better state because of it. governor.wa.gov/news-media/icy…
ICYMI: Inslee letter to President Biden reaffirms Washington's
governor.wa.gov
 
My heart goes out to the families of the service members and civilians who lost their lives in Kabul today.

This attack shows how critical these evacuation efforts are. We owe a debt of gratitude to the service members who are risking their lives bringing people to safety.
 
The COVID-19 Delta variant is causing cases to rise dramatically across the state.

If you haven’t been vaccinated yet – talk with your health care provider. Get your questions answered. By getting vaccinated and masking up we can continue to save lives.
 
I’m thrilled to see the House of Representatives pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

@PattyMurray is right, the Senate must follow suit. Our democracy is on the line.
House passage of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act should be a wakeup call to the Senate: the clock is ticking on voting rights. We must use every legislative tool, including an exemption to the filibuster, to ensure voting rights protections are signed into law.
 
Today the House passed a key milestone in realizing President Biden’s full #BuildBackBetter agenda, voting to move forward with the $3.5 trillion budget resolution. apnews.com/article/house-…
Replying to @GovInslee
This is a critical investment in our fight against climate change and in the future of the American people. I thank the House Democrats for their work today, and their work with the Senate in coming weeks, to complete a robust reconciliation bill.
 
Today the House passed a key milestone in realizing President Biden’s full #BuildBackBetter agenda, voting to move forward with the $3.5 trillion budget resolution. apnews.com/article/house-…
House passes $3.5T Biden blueprint after deal with moderates
apnews.com
 
Remarkable on the court and remarkable off the court. Proud as ever of the @SeattleStorm.

Congratulations again on your 2020 WNBA Championship.
Tune in as we welcome the Seattle Storm to the White House to honor the team for their 2020 WNBA Championship. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
The Food and Drug Administration’s full authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine today is a great milestone in our fight against this deadly pandemic.
It is clear there is no safer, faster or more effective way to stop the transmission of this virus than through vaccination. pic.twitter.com/rbXWvz9bcz
 
The Food and Drug Administration’s full authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine today is a great milestone in our fight against this deadly pandemic.
It is clear there is no safer, faster or more effective way to stop the transmission of this virus than through vaccination.
 
Governor Jay Inslee Retweeted ·  
Our office website had some technical difficulties and not everyone could access the most recent proclamations.
1). Vaccine requirement for educators: governor.wa.gov/sites/default/…
2). Statewide indoor mask requirement: governor.wa.gov/sites/default/…
 
Vaccines are a common sense strategy to defeat a common enemy. Thanks for having me on.
“When you make a decision to expose our children and our patients to this deadly virus when you have a tool at our disposal to use, that's an issue for all of us in the community,” Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says about his mandate for teachers and school staff to be vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/f3dYu2JKfB
 
Thank you for your service and for all you are doing up and down the West Coast.
Two taskforces from WA state were in Oregon helping there but will now head south to the #MonumentFire in CA. One task force and engines come from @EastsideFire, S. Kitsap Fire, N. Kitsap Fire, @skyvalleyfire, N. County Fire & @ValleyFire.
 
I’ll be on @TheLeadCNN a few minutes from now to talk about the crucial role of vaccines and masks in ending the pandemic. Tune in.
 
Thanks for having me on to talk about these common sense measures.

Science works, that’s why we follow it.
Gov. Jay Inslee: "Height of irresponsibility" to not use masks, vaccines to protect kids. on.msnbc.com/3sEI8xB
 
In reply to @GovInslee
Childcare providers affected by the requirement include: - Licensed, certified and contracted early learning and childcare programs - License-exempt early learning, childcare and youth-development programs - Contractors (coaches, volunteers, trainers
Replying to @GovInslee
We are also instituting a statewide indoor mask mandate to all individuals, regardless of vaccination status. We have seen over the last year how widespread masking also saves lives by reducing infection.
 
In reply to @GovInslee
K -12 educators, staff, coaches, bus drivers, volunteers and others working in school facilities will have until Oct. 18 to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment. This includes public, private and charter schools. This does not impact students, regardless of age.
Replying to @GovInslee
Childcare providers affected by the requirement include: - Licensed, certified and contracted early learning and childcare programs - License-exempt early learning, childcare and youth-development programs - Contractors (coaches, volunteers, trainers
 
 
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