Inslee extends 26 emergency proclamations supporting long term care and behavior health facilities
- Olympia, WA
Gov. Jay Inslee issued a total of 26 emergency proclamation extensions, which were extended by the Legislature on Jan. 15 with the passage of Senate Concurrent Resolution 8402.
The proclamations cover a broad range of statutory waivers that support state and local services during the COVID pandemic, including those necessary to support long term care and behavioral health facilities, to provide access to government, to provide relief from tax penalties and fees, and to protect federal stimulus payments from collection for consumer debt.
These emergency orders are effective throughout the state of emergency, unless rescinded by the governor or the Legislature, whichever occurs first.
The extended proclamations are as follows:
20-15.11: Department of Licensing (20-15.10)
20-20.11: Department of Revenue - Relief from Penalties, Fees, Interest, Due Dates (20-20.10)