Gov. Inslee questions how people breached fencing at Governor's Mansion

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Gov. Jay Inslee is questioning how nearly 100 people were able to breach fencing and make it as far as the front door of the Governor’s Mansion on the Capitol Campus in Olympia. Inslee revealed Thursday he and his wife were inside the residence when the breach occurred.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has joined all of the state's entire Democratic Congressional members in calling for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment in order to remove President Donald Trump from office or use Congress to impeach the president a second time in the wake of pro-Trump supporters storming the Capitol Wednesday.

Days away from the start of “Healthy Washington” going into effect, the state’s new economic recovery plan, there’s a push among some lawmakers to put the power in the hands of the legislature.

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