Gov. Jay Inslee, Attorney General Bob Ferguson and their deputies at the press conference announcing the lawsuit against President Trump’s immigration executive order at the Attorney General’s office in Seattle, Wash., Jan. 30, 2017. (Official Governor’s Office Photo)

Drawing the line against injustice

Gov. Jay Inslee announced his opposition to President Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees, and joined Attorney General Bob Ferguson in Seattle on Monday Jan. 30 to announce a lawsuit against the Trump administration to block the order.

Gov. Inslee also joined Port of Seattle Commissioner Courtney Gregoire, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Rep. Suzan DelBene, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and King County Executive Dow Constantine, Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib and many others at a Sea-Tac Airport press conference Saturday, Jan. 28 in opposition to the executive order.

The Attorney General’s news release is available online:

Gov. Inslee also joined the crowd at a rally against the executive order Sunday Jan. 29 at Westlake Park in Seattle.

Gov. Jay Inslee and Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib on stage at Westlake Park during the rally against President Trump’s executive order in Seattle, Wash., Jan. 29, 2017 (Official Governor’s Office Photo)