Executive Orders by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee

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Executive Orders from 2021

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No. 89 An Order Extending Executive Order 84, Bill Lee

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No. 88 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 by Extending the Provisions of Executive Order 83, Bill Lee

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No. 87 An Order Regarding the Governor's Council for Judicial Appointments, Bill Lee

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No. 86 An Order Relative to State Employees That are Members of the Reserve or National Guard and Have Been Called to Full-Time Military Duty by the President of the United States, Bill Lee

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No. 85 An Order to Provide Relief to Victims of Severe Weather and Flooding in Tennessee, Bill Lee

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No. 84 An Order Regarding Mask Requirements in Schools, Bill Lee

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No. 83 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No.82 Limited State of Emergency to Facilitate Recovery and Federal Compliance, Bill Lee

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No. 81 Limited State of Emergency to Facilitate Recovery and Federal Compliance, Bill Lee

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No. 80 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 77, Bill Lee

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No. 79 AN ORDER PERMITTING REMOTE NOTARIZATION AND WITNESSING OF DOCUMENTS BY EXTENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 72, AS AMENDED, Bill Lee

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No. 78 An Order Extending Remote Meetings and Implementing Best Practices Across the State to Promote Transparent Government by Extending Executive Order no. 71, as Amended, Bill Lee

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No. 77 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 by Extending Executive Order no. 73, as Amended, Bill Lee

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No. 76 An Order Declaring an Energy Emergency in Tennessee, Bill Lee

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No. 75 An Order to End Limitations in Executive Order no. 74 Regarding Spectator Sports & Athletic Activities, Bill Lee

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No. 74 An Order Extending, as Amended, Certain Provisions of Executive Order no. 70 Relative to Spectator Sports & Athletic Activities, Bill Lee

Executive Orders from 2020

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No. 73 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 by Extending Executive Order Provisions, Bill Lee

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No. 72 An Order Extending Remote Notarization and Witnessing of Documents, Bill Lee

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No. 71 An Order Extending Remote Meetings and Implementing Best Practices Across the State to Promote Transparent Government While Protecting the Health and Safety of Citizens and Government Officials, Bill Lee

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No. 70 An Order to Reduce the Spread of Covid-19 and Preserve Health Care Capacity by Limiting Gatherings and Spectator Events and Urging Working From Home, Bill Lee

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No. 69 An Order Reconstituting the State Workforce Development Board, Bill Lee

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No. 68 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 by Increasing Health Care Resources and Capacity, Bill Lee

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No. 67 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 by Extending the Provisions of Executive Order no. 63, Bill Lee

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No. 66 An Order Extending Remote Notarization and Witnessing of Documents, Bill Lee

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No. 65 An Order Extending Remote Meetings and Implementing Best Practices Across the State to Promote Transparent Government While Protecting the Health and Safety of Citizens and Government Officials, Bill Lee

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No. 64 An Order Extending Remote Notarization and Witnessing o Documents, Bill Lee

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No. 63 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 and Extend Certain, Targeted Provisions, Bill Lee

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No. 62 An Order Establishing the Asian Carp Advisory Commission, Bill Lee

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No. 61 An Order Extending Remote Notarization and Witnessing of Documents, Bill Lee

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No. 60 An Order Extending Remote Meetings and Implementing Best Practices Across the State to Promote Transparent Government While Protecting the Health and Safety of Citizens And Government Official, Bill Lee

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No. 59 An Order to Facilitate the Continued Response to Covid-19 and Extend Certain Provisions of Executive Order nos. 36, 38, 49, 50, 54, and 55, Bill Lee

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No. 58 An Order Terminating Executive Order no. 53 Upon Limited Liability Legislation Becoming Law, Bill Lee

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No. 57 An Order Relative to State Employees That Are Members of the Reserve or National Guard and Have Been Called to Full-Time Military Duty by the President of the United States, Bill Lee

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No. 56 An Order Renaming the Tennessee Prison for Women as the Debra K. Johnson Rehabilitation Center, Bill Lee

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No. 55 An Order to Facilitate and Respond to Continuing Effects of Covid-19 by Amending Prior Executive Orders, Bill Lee

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No. 54 An Order Providing Local Governments with Authority Concerning Face Coverings, Bill Lee

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No. 53 An Order Regarding Limited Liability Protection for Health Care Providers in Response to Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 52 An Order Extending Remote Notarization and Witnessing of Documents to Further Contain Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 51 An Order Extending Safe, Open, and Transparent Public Meetings by Electronic Means While Determinations of How to Return to Safe, In-Person Meetings Remain Ongoing, Bill Lee

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No. 50 An Order to Facilitate and Respond to Continuing Effects of Covid-19 by Extending Executive Order nos. 36 & 38 (As Amended by Executive Order no. 49), Bill Lee

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No. 49 An Order Amending Requirements Concerning Long-Term-Care Facility Visitation and Taking Other Necessary Measures to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 48 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 7 in Memphis, Bill Lee

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No. 47 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 6 in Memphis, Bill Lee

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No. 46 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 5 in Memphis, Bill Lee

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No. 45 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 4 in Memphis, Bill Lee

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No. 44 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 3 in Memphis, Bill Lee

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No. 43 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 2 in Memphis, Bill Lee

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No. 42 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property on June 1 in Nashville, Memphis, and Murfreesboro, Bill Lee

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No. 41 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property In Murfreesboro, Bill Lee

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No. 40 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property In Nashville, Bill Lee

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No. 39 An Emergency Order to Protect Life and Property in Downtown Nashville, Bill Lee

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No. 38 An Order Expanding the Number of Tennesseans Who May Return to Work Safely While Urging Continued Adherence to Health and Social Distancing Guidelines to Limit the Spread of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 37 An Order Extending Until June 30, 2020, Executive Order no. 26 Temporarily Permitting Remote Notarization and Witnessing of Documents to Further Contain Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 36 An Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules and Taking Other Necessary Measures in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 35 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 30 to Allow Reopening of Small Group, Non-Contact Entertainment and Recreational Venues Pursuant to New Safety Guidelines, Bill Lee

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No. 34 An Order Extending Until June 30, 2020, Executive Order no. 16 Temporarily Permitting Safe, Open, and Transparent Public Meetings by Electronic Means to Preserve and Increase the Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 33 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 30 to Allow Reopening of Close Contact Personal Services Pursuant to New Safety Guidelines, Bill Lee

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No. 32 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 15 and Taking Other Necessary Measures to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 31 An Order to Reduce the Spread of Covid-19 by Limiting Non-¬Emergency Dental Procedures, Bill Lee

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No. 30 An Order Allowing Tennesseans to Return to Work Safely While Encouraging Continued Adherence to Health Guidelines to Limit the Spread of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 29 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 17 to Reopen Dining in Restaurants, Bill Lee

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No. 28 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 15 and Taking Other Necessary Measures to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 27 An Order Extending Temporary Social Distancing and Stay-¬at-Home Provisions of Executive Order nos. 17, 21, 22, And 23 Until April 30, 2020, to Preserve and Increase the Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 26 An Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules in Order to Facilitate Remote Notarization and Witnessing of Documents, Bill Lee

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No. 25 An Order to Reduce the Spread of Covid-19 by Limiting Non¬emergency Healthcare Procedures, Bill Lee

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No. 24 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 15 Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules and Taking Other Necessary Measures in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 23 An Order Amending Executive Order no. 22, Requiring Tennesseans to Stay Home Unless Engaging in Essential Activity or Essential Services, Bill Lee

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No. 22 An Order Directing Tennesseans to Stay Home Unless Engaging in Essential Activities to Limit Their Exposure to and Spread of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 21 An Order Amending Executive Order No. 17 to Further Mitigate the Spread of Covid-19 by Limiting Non-Essential Services and Gatherings, Bill Lee

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No. 20 An Order Amending Executive Order No. 15 Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules and Taking Other Necessary Measures in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 19 An Order Amending Executive Order No. 15 Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules and Taking Other Necessary Measures in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 18 An Order to Reduce the Spread of Covid-19 by Limiting Non-Emergency Healthcare Procedures, Bill Lee

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No. 17 An Order to Mitigate the Spread of Covid-19 by Limiting Social Gatherings, Dine-In Service, and Gym Use, and Exposure at Nursing and Retirement Homes, and Providing Flexibility for Restaurants Regarding the Sale of Alcohol, Bill Lee

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No. 16 An Order Ensuring Government Continues to Function Openly and Transparently During the Covid-19 Emergency While Taking Appropriate Measures to Protect the Health and Safety of Citizens and Government Officials, Bill Lee

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No. 15 An Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules and Taking Other Necessary Measures in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 14 An Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Statutes and Rules in Order to Facilitate the Treatment and Containment of Covid-19, Bill Lee

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No. 13 An Emergency Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Laws and Rules in Order to Provide Relief to Victims of Severe Weather and Tornadoes in Tennessee, Bill Lee

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No. 12 An Order Amending the Effective Date of Executive Order no. 11, Bill Lee

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No. 11 An Order Establishing Paid Family Leave for Executive Branch Employees, Bill Lee

Executive Orders from 2019

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No. 10 An Order Transferring the Tennessee Early Intervention System from the Department of Education to the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Bill Lee

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No.09 An Order Suspending Certain Vehicle Restrictions and Allowing Medical and Other Health-Related Services to Provide Relief to Victims of Hurricane Dorian, Bill Lee

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No.08 An Order Relative to State Employees that are Members of the Reserve or National Guard and Have Been Called to Full-Time Military Duty by the President Of The United States, Bill Lee

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No0.7 An Emergency Order Suspending Provisions of Certain Laws And Rules in Order to Provide Relief to Victims of Severe Storms, Flooding, and Winds in Tennessee, Bill Lee

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No 06 An Order Establishing the Tennessee Criminal Justice Investment Task Force, Bill Lee

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No.05 An Order Placing a 90-Day Regulatory Freeze on New Rules by Executive Branch Departments, Bill Lee

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No.04 An Order Mandating Nondiscrimination in Employment Practices of the Executive Branch, Bill Lee

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No.03 An Order Mandating Openness, Transparency, And Accountability, Bill Lee

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No. 02 An Order Concerning Ethics Policies Applicable To, And Ethics Disclosures Required Of, Executive Branch Employees, Bill Lee

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No. 01 An Order Requiring A Statement Of Rural Impact And Recommendations For Better Serving Rural Tennesseans From All Executive Branch Departments, Bill Lee