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His order requires masks and physical distancing, among other measures, to help prevent infections.
Jay Inslee says that until there is a vaccine, it’s the best weapon to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Inslee cancels pay raises for some execs and orders furloughs for workers as special session looms.
Chris Reykdal says in-person instruction is possible if schools comply with safety rules.
Opponents are confident they have enough signatures to put a referendum on the November ballot.
All workers will need to wear masks as restaurants, retail shops and other businesses reopen.
Gov. Inslee issues new rules during May 27 news conference.
State relies on results of tests and death certificates in calculating the daily toll of the disease.
Resumption of those practices depends on adequate protective equipment and patient screening.
Restaurants may still ask customers for information that contact tracers could use to stop an outbreak.
Force of 1,371 including National Guard will assist local health districts statewide.
Justices consider cases in which three Washington state residents went rogue and didn’t vote for Clinton.
These three citizens contend the Constitution allowed them to put country ahead of party.
A new report warns there may be billions of dollars less for programs and services in coming years.
Barber shops, hair salons and limited restaurant dining coming next month.
He said he will lay out a clearer timeline for a phased reopening of the state Friday.
In a televised address, Jay Inslee announced a framework for a very gradual end to social lockdown.
Governor warns lockdown may last a while, and builders offer path to freeing their industry now.
The state may release up to 950 inmates as officials look to prevent COVID-19 deaths behind bars.
After a protest at the Monroe prison, the state says it will take steps to thin populations immediately.