What does EXORD stand for?
EXORD stands for Executive Order
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President Barack Obama passed the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order ('Executive Order'), on July 31, 2014, with the aim to "crack down on federal contractors who put workers' safety and hard-earned pay at risk.
Perry's most notable executive order came in 2007, when he made Texas the first state to require that girls receive vaccinations against the sexually transmitted disease human papilloma virus, which can cause cervical cancer.
Liberty Institute Attorneys Respond to President Obama's Disregard for Faith-Based Contractors in Signing Executive Order That Ignores American Ideal of Diversity
John Hickenlooper issued an executive order last week establishing a policy to enhance the relationship between state and local government.
It is also expected that he will act through executive order to restrict drilling and exploration for oil on public lands.
This executive order reads that school uniform should be designed in line with established sanitary requirements and norms, affordability and practicality requirements.
He then states: "The presidency literature contains no studies addressing the importance of persuasion in relation to the president's executive order authority because scholars consider executive orders as a tool of command" (p.
On August 22, in an effort to increase transparency in healthcare while arming consumers with information to help them make informed decisions, President Bush signed an executive order to "promote quality and efficient healthcare in federal government administered or sponsored healthcare programs.