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Executive Orders

Executive Orders are official acts of a governor to establish policies and practices for the Executive Branch in the administration of state government.  These Orders may direct that certain actions be taken, that emergencies be dealt with in a prescribed way, etc.

Here are some examples of the form and content of Executive Orders in Maine.

Governor's Executive Order Curtailing Allotments (page 1)

Governor’s Executive Order Curtailing Allotments (page 1)

Governor's Executive Order Curtailing Allotments (page 2)

Governor’s Executive Order Curtailing Allotments (page 2)

Governor's Executive Order on "Temporary Layoffs" (page 1)

Governor’s Executive Order on “Temporary Layoffs” (page 1)

Governor's Executive Order on "Temporary Layoffs" (page 2)

Governor’s Executive Order on “Temporary Layoffs” (page 2)

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