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Section 15.9. During a national emergency the Executive can declare a State of Emergency that allows the Executive to immediately enact regulations to secure public order, safety and health. The declaration will expire after thirty days or the legislature can revoke it earlier. The actions of the executive cannot be found to be unconstitutional provided they are pursuing the humane conclusion of the emergency. These emergency powers will be restricted to the duration of the emergency and the immediate recovery period.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-20 17:58:27

    Section 15.9. During a national emergency the Executive can declare a State of Emergency that allows the Executive to immediately enact regulations to secure public order, safety and health. The declaration will expire after thirty days or the legislature can revoke it earlier. The actions of the executive cannot be found to be unconstitutional provided they are pursuing the humane conclusion of the emergency. These emergency powers will be restricted to the duration of the emergency and the immediate recovery period.

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