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Executive Orders Archive





Number Title Status Governorsort descending
11-27-18 Office Hours

Terminated

Ernest Lister
10-01 Implementing Health Reform the Washington Way

Superseded by 13-05

Chris Gregoire
85-03 State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council

Rescinded by 97-04

Booth Gardner
84-01 Establishment of a forecast council

Rescinded by 84-12 (PDF)

John Spellman
82-22 Job training partnership act of 1982

Rescinded by 15-04

John Spellman
81-22 Governor's advisory committee on education program consolidation

Superseded by 92-05 (PDF)

John Spellman
95-01 Reestablishing the Council on Substance Abuse

Rescinded by 09-02 (PDF)

Mike Lowry
80-19 State Rural Community Development Council

Terminated by 83-20

Dixy Lee Ray
90-03 Relating to the Office of Crime Victim's Advocacy

Rescinded by 97-04 (PDF)

Booth Gardner
79-04 Washington State Employment and Training Council, Balance of Washington State Planning Advisory Council, and Balance of Washington State Private Industry Council

Terminated 9/30/83

Dixy Lee Ray
87-09 Establishing the Governor's Task Force on AIDS

Rescinded by 15-04

Booth Gardner
03-01 Service Delivery

Active

Gary Locke
77-04 Drug Abuse

Rescinded by 15-04

Dixy Lee Ray
74-16 State-Wide Energy Conservation Program

Terminated by 83-20

Daniel J. Evans
73-05 Establishing the Governor's drug abuse prevention office as the single state planning agency under the Drug Abuse Office and Treatment Act of 1972

Rescinded by 74-10 (PDF)

Daniel J. Evans
71-02 Executive Order creating the Washington State Women's Council

Rescinded by 78-07 (PDF)

Daniel J. Evans
09-27-68 John Day Dam Dedication

Terminated

Daniel J. Evans
01-11-65 Preservation of the files and papers of the Chief Executive of the State

Terminated

Albert D. Rosellini
69-04 Snow and wind damage in Okanogan County

Terminated

Daniel J. Evans
09-01-65 Hell's Angels Convention Alert

Terminated

Daniel J. Evans

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