2016 Legislative Session
The 2016 legislative session began January 11 and is scheduled to adjourn on March 10.
Governor Creates Subcabinet to Boost Business Diversity
Supporting small and diverse businesses in state contracting is a priority for Gov. Jay Inslee and the state of Washington.
Washington State iCount Report
The National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education (CARE) has released its latest report.
Preventing Underage Marijuana Use
The Commission is working with state agency and community partners to prevent underage marijuana use among Asian Pacific American youth by educating parents and families about the new law that was approved by voters in 2012.

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Improving the well-being of Asian Pacific Americans by ensuring their access to participation in the fields of government, business, education, and other areas.

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Legislative Update for February 8-12

The Year of the Monkey Lunar New Year is on...
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Bill Tracking List

The Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs is tracking the...
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Job Listings for February

Below is a selection of job postings for the month...
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Legislative Update for February 1-5

The Legislature will begin its fourth week of session on...
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Legislative Update for January 25-29

CAPAA Welcomes Fellows CAPAA is pleased to announce Bronson Purcell...
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CAPAA Welcomes 2016 Fellows

The Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs and the Asian...
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Commissioner Report (1/16)

Here is a comprehensive report of CAPAA Commissioners’ activities between...
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