Executive Orders - Governor Jeanne Shaheen

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    2002-9  An order establishing the Governor's Task Force on Employment and Economics Opportunity for Persons with Disabilities ("Task Force"). 
    2002-8  An order embracing certain principles of smart growth and directing the Council on Resources and Development to undertake actions necessary to assure conformance with RSA 9-B by all state agencies. 
    2002-7  An order declaring September 11th as a day of remembrance and renewal. 
    2002-6  An order transferring the Town of Brookfield from New Hampshire Planning Region 2 to New Hampshire Planning Region 7. 
    2002-5  An order directing a reduction in Executive Branch expenditures. 
    2002-4  An order requiring the Department of Environmental Services to notify abutters of well contamination. 
    2002-3  An order establishing the Governor's Council on Physical Activity and Health. 
    2002-2  An order directing a freeze of Executive Branch hiring, equipment and out-of-state travel to reduce state general fund expenditures. 
    2002-1  An order directing a reduction in Executive Branch expenditures. 
       
       
    2001-4  An order expanding the membership of the State consensus revenue eliminating panel. 
    2001-3  An order establishing the State Council on Development Disabilities. 
    2001-2  An order pertaining to reducing water contamination resulting from the use of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) in Reformulated Gasoline. 
    2001-1  An order establishing the State Workforce Opportunity Council. 
       
       
    2000-9  An order establishing a Judicial Selection Commission. 
    2000-8  An order directing a reduction of the rate of departmental expenditures. 
    2000-7  An order establishing the New Hampshire Integrated Transportation and Rail Advisory Council. 
    2000-6  never issued 
    2000-5  An order directing a hiring freeze to reduce the rate of state general fund expenditures. 
    2000-4  An order directing state agencies to improve practices to prevent and combat computer software piracy. 
    2000-3  An order transferring the Town of Wilmot from New Hampshire Planning Region 5A to New Hampshire Planning Region 3. 
    2000-2  An order establishing a Commission to Analyze the Economic Impacts of Various School Funding Revenue Options. 
    2000-1  An order establishing an Information Technology Planning Commission for the operations of state government. 
       
       
    1999-6  An order establishing a task force to analyze solid waste management in the State of New Hampshire. 
    1999-5  An order establishing a New Hampshire Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee under the Governor's Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence. 
    1999-4  An order transferring the Town of Langdon from New Hampshire Planning Region 3 to New Hampshire Planning Region 4. 
    1999-3  An order establishing the State Advisory Group on Juvenile Justice. 
    1999-2  An order pertaining to the Council on Resources and Development and the preservation of New Hampshire's traditional communities and landscapes. 
    1999-1  An order establishing a Year 2000 Preparedness Task Force. 
       
       
    1998-3  An order establishing the Kids Cabinet. 
    1998-2  An order relative to workplace health and safety. 
    1998-1  An order enacting a Code of Ethics for public officials and employees of the Executive Branch in the performance of their official duties -- [This executive order is superceded by Chapter 21, Laws of 2006 and RSA 21-G:21-27 effective June 2, 2006] 
       
       
    1997-5  An order establishing a New Hampshire Commission for National and Community Service. 
    1997-4  An order regarding the flying of the General John Stark Flags. 
    1997-3  An order establishing a Housing and Community Development Planning Council. 
    1997-2  An order directing state agencies to recycle toner cartridges and to purchase remanufactured toner cartridges. 
    1997-1  An order establishing a State consensus revenue estimating panel to enhance the State's ability to manage its fiscal policies.