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Introduced Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Executive orders. Provides that, unless otherwise specifically provided by a statute to the contrary, an executive order issued by the governor expires seven calendar days after the executive order is issued. Provides that a state of disaster emergency declared by the governor may not continue for longer than seven days unless the state of disaster emergency is specifically renewed by a statute enacted by the general assembly. Provides that if the governor declares a disaster emergency the general assembly is required to convene in session not later than the sixth day after the governor declares the disaster emergency to consider Executive orders. Provides that, unless otherwise specifically provided by a statute to the contrary, an executive order issued by the governor expires seven calendar days after the executive order is issued. Provides that a state of disaster emergency declared by the governor may not continue for longer than seven days unless the state of disaster emergency is specifically renewed by a statute enacted by the general assembly. Provides that if the governor declares a disaster emergency the general assembly is required to convene in session not later than the sixth day after the governor declares the disaster emergency to consider whether the disaster emergency should be extended and if any other legislation relating to the disaster emergency is necessary. Provides that such a session is not required if the general assembly is already in session or if the governor notifies the legislative leadership that the disaster emergency will not extend beyond seven days. Provides that a disaster emergency session may not extend beyond 10 calendar days. Provides that for purposes of Article 5, Section 14 of the Constitution of the State of Indiana, a vetoed bill passed at a session of the general assembly must be reconsidered and voted upon as provided in Article 5, Section 14 of the Constitution of the State of Indiana not later than the sine die adjournment of the next regular session that occurs after the session that first passed the bill. Provides that certain health orders issued by political subdivisions expire seven days after they are issued. ... View more