Part 8 - Executive Orders (Andrew M. Cuomo) (s 8.1 to s 8.202)

  1. s 8.1 - Executive Order No. 1: Removing the Barriers to State Government.
  2. s 8.2 - Executive Order No. 2: Review, Continuation and Expiration of Prior Executive Orders.
  3. s 8.3 - Executive Order No. 3: Ethics Training.
  4. s 8.4 - Executive Order No. 4: Establishing the Spending and Government Efficiency (Sage) Commission.
  5. s 8.5 - Executive Order No. 5: Establishing the Medicaid Redesign Team.
  6. s 8.6 - Executive Order No. 6: Establishing the Mandate Relief Redesign Team.
  7. s 8.7 - Executive Order No. 7: Establishing the Prison Closure Advisory Task Force.
  8. s 8.8 - Executive Order No. 8: Removing Barriers to Minority and Women Business Enterprises' Participation in State Contracting.
  9. s 8.9 - Executive Order No. 9: Designation Pursuant to Section 6 of the Executive Law.
  10. s 8.10 - Executive Order No. 10: Reducing Costs for Personal Services Contracts.
  11. s 8.11 - Executive Order No. 11: Prescribing Procedures to Allocate the State Low Income Housing Credit under Section 42 of the United States Internal Revenue Code.
  12. s 8.12 - Executive Order No. 12: Revocation of Prior Executive Orders.
  13. s 8.13 - Executive Order No. 13: Revoking Executive Order No. 7 Establishing the Prison Closure Advisory Task Force.
  14. s 8.14 - Executive Order No. 14: Revocation of Executive Order No. 20.
  15. s 8.15 - Executive Order No. 15: Establishing Judicial Screening Committees.
  16. s 8.16 - Executive Order No. 16: Declaring a Disaster in the County of Essex.
  17. s 8.17 - Executive Order No. 17: Declaring A Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, and Contiguous Areas.
  18. s 8.18 - Executive Order No. 18: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation for the State Disaster Emergency.
  19. s 8.19 - Executive Order No. 19: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation Infrastructure Recovery for the State Disaster Emergency.
  20. s 8.20 - Executive Order No. 20: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Domestic Violence Shelters for the State Disaster Emergency.
  21. s 8.21 - Executive Order No. 21: Finding of Emergency and Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Payment of Fees for Duplicate State-Issued Documents.
  22. s 8.22 - Executive Order No. 22: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Agricultural and Natural Resource Infrastructure Recovery and the Immediate Capital Needs of Local Farms Affected by the State Disaster Emergency.
  23. s 8.23 - Executive Order No. 23: Extending the Period for Paying School District Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the Counties of Broome, Delaware, Essex, Greene, Hamilton, Orange, Schoharie, Tioga, Ulster and Washington.
  24. s 8.24 - Executive Order No. 24: Extending the Period for Paying School District Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the Counties of Broome, Delaware, Essex, Greene, Montgomery, Orange, Schenectady, Schoharie, Sullivan, Tioga, Ulster and Washington.
  25. s 8.25 - Executive Order. No. 25: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  26. s 8.26 - Executive Order. No. 26: Statewide Language Access Policy.
  27. s 8.27 - Executive Order No. 27: Extending the Period for Paying School District Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the Counties of Albany and Orange.
  28. s 8.28 - Executive Order No. 28: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Cortland, Erie, Livingston, Monroe, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Saratoga, Schuyler, St. Lawrence, Sullivan, Tompkins, Washington, Wayne and Wyoming with
  29. s 8.29 - Executive Order No. 29: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  30. s 8.30 - Executive Order No. 30: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  31. s 8.31 - Executive Order No. 31: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Richmond, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester, and Contiguous Areas.
  32. s 8.32 - Executive Order No. 32: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  33. s 8.33 - Executive Order No. 33: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Businesses Affected by the State Disaster Emergency.
  34. s 8.34 - Executive Order No. 34: Continuing the New York State Council on Returning Veterans and Their Families.
  35. s 8.35 - Executive Order No. 35: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  36. s 8.36 - Executive Order No. 36: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses and Ferries.
  37. s 8.37 - Executive Order. No. 37: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  38. s 8.38 - Executive Order No. 38: Limits on State-Funded Administrative Costs and Executive Compensation.
  39. s 8.39 - Executive Order No. 39: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  40. s 8.40 - Executive Order No. 40: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  41. s 8.41 - Executive Order No. 41: Declaring a Disaster in the County of Suffolk.
  42. s 8.42 - Executive Order No. 42: Establishing the New York Health Benefit Exchange.
  43. s 8.43 - Executive Order No. 43: Continuation of Executive Order Number 38.
  44. s 8.44 - Executive Order No. 44: Establishing the New NY Education Reform Commission.
  45. s 8.45 - Executive Order No. 45: Declaring a Disaster in the County of St. Lawrence and Contiguous Areas.
  46. s 8.46 - Executive Order No. 46: Declaring a Disaster in the County of Chemung and Contiguous Areas.
  47. s 8.47 - Executive Order No. 47: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Allegany, Bronx, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, H
  48. s 8.48 - Executive Order No. 48: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Authority of Police Officers Employed by New York State Agencies.
  49. s 8.49 - Executive Order No. 49: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation for the State Disaster Emergency.
  50. s 8.50 - Executive Order No. 50: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation Infrastructure Recovery for the State Disaster Emergency.
  51. s 8.51 - Executive Order No. 51: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Residences and Businesses Affected by the State Disaster Emergency.
  52. s 8.52 - Executive Order No. 52: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Establishing Time Limitations on Actions and Time in Which to Take an Appeal.
  53. s 8.53 - Executive Order No. 53: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Establishing Time Limitations for Holding a Defendant in Custody Pending Disposition of a Felony Complaint.
  54. s 8.54 - Executive Order No. 54: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Motor Fuel Distribution and Transportation for the State Disaster Emergency.
  55. s 8.55 - Executive Order No. 55: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Repair of State Facilities for the State Disaster Emergency.
  56. s 8.56 - Executive Order No. 56: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Regulatory Provisions of the State Office for the Aging During the State Disaster Emergency.
  57. s 8.57 - Executive Order No. 57: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Education Law Provisions Regarding Dialysis Services During the State Disaster Emergency.
  58. s 8.58 - Executive Order No. 58: Temporary Suspension Regarding the Certification of Donated Water During the State Disaster Emergency.
  59. s 8.59 - Executive Order No. 59: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Limitations on Motor and Home Heating Fuel.
  60. s 8.60 - Executive Order No. 60: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Relating to the Powers of Certain Security Guards.
  61. s 8.61 - Executive Order No. 61: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Establishing Time Limitations for Holding a Defendant in Custody Pending Disposition of a Felony Complaint.
  62. s 8.62 - Executive Order No. 62: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to the Election Law.
  63. s 8.63 - Executive Order No. 63: Declaring Certain Conditions Caused by Hurricane Sandy in and Around Federally Declared Counties to be Public Nuisances Impacting Public Health and Ordering the Removal of Those Conditions.
  64. s 8.64 - Executive Order No. 64: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Regulatory Provisions Regarding Home Health Care During the State Disaster Emergency.
  65. s 8.65 - Executive Order No. 65: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Relating to the Transportation of School Children in the City of New York.
  66. s 8.66 - Executive Order No. 66: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Emergency Shelter Statutes and Regulations.
  67. s 8.67 - Executive Order No. 67: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Regulations Related to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
  68. s 8.68 - Executive Order No. 68: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutes and Regulations to Expand Access to Tetanus Immunizations During the State Disaster Emergency.
  69. s 8.69 - Executive Order No. 69: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory Provisions Relating to Payment of Fees for Duplicate State-Issued Documents and Extension of Expiration Dates.
  70. s 8.70 - Executive Order No. 70: Extending the Period for Paying School District Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the Counties of Nassau and Orange.
  71. s 8.71 - Executive Order No. 71: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutes and Regulations Regarding Services Provided to Individuals With Developmental Disabilities, Mental Illnesses and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Disorders During the State Disas
  72. s 8.72 - Executive Order No. 72: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Health Statutes and Regulations During the State Disaster Emergency.
  73. s 8.73 - Executive Order No. 73: Designation Pursuant to Section 6 of the Executive Law.
  74. s 8.74 - Executive Order No. 74: Extending the Period for Paying School District Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the Counties of Nassau and Rockland.
  75. s 8.75 - Executive Order No. 75: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Contracts to Conduct Surveys of Electrical Systems in Residences and Buildings on Long Island.
  76. s 8.76 - Executive Order No. 76: Designation Pursuant to Section 6 of the Executive Law.
  77. s 8.77 - Executive Order No. 77: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Provisions of the Insurance Law.
  78. s 8.78 - Executive Order No. 78: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Related to Child and Family Welfare, Child Day Care, Juvenile Justice, Runaway and Homeless Youth, Adult Protective Services, and Residential and Non-Residential Care for Victims of Domest
  79. s 8.79 - Executive Order No. 79: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to State Contracts and for the Repair of State Facilities for the State Disaster Emergency.
  80. s 8.80 - Executive Order No. 80: Extending the Period for Paying School District Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the County of Nassau.
  81. s 8.81 - Executive Order No. 81: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  82. s 8.82 - Executive Order No. 82: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Provisions of the Insurance Law.
  83. s 8.83 - Executive Order No. 83: Temporary Modification of Provisions Related to the New York City Juvenile Justice Services Close to Home Initiative.
  84. s 8.84 - Executive Order No. 84: Establishing the Olmstead Plan Development and Implementation Cabinet.
  85. s 8.85 - Executive Order No. 85: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Statutory Provisions Relating to Payment of Fees for Duplicate State-Issued Documents and Extension of Expiration Dates.
  86. s 8.86 - Executive Order No. 86: Temporary Suspension of Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law During the State Disaster Emergency.
  87. s 8.87 - Executive Order No. 87: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  88. s 8.88 - Executive Order No. 88: Directing State Agencies and Authorities to Improve the Energy Efficiency of State Buildings.
  89. s 8.89 - Executive Order No. 89: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses and Ferries.
  90. s 8.90 - Executive Order No. 90: Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York and Temporarily Authorizing Pharmacists to Immunize Children Against Seasonal Influenza.
  91. s 8.91 - Executive Order No. 91: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  92. s 8.92 - Executive Order No. 92: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Dutchess, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Westchester and Contiguous Areas.
  93. s 8.93 - Executive Order No. 93: Continuing the Temporary Suspension and Modification of Statutory and Regulatory Provisions to Promote the Immunization of Children against Seasonal Influenza.
  94. s 8.94 - Executive Order No. 94: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  95. s 8.95 - Executive Order No. 95: Using Technology to Promote Transparency, Improve Government Performance and Enhance Citizen Engagement.
  96. s 8.96 - Executive Order No. 96: Continuing the temporary suspension and modification of statutory and regulatory provisions to promote the immunization of children against seasonal influenza.
  97. s 8.97 - Executive Order No. 97: Continuing the suspension or modification of certain provisions of law and regulations.
  98. s 8.98 - Executive Order No. 98: Continuing the Declaration of a Disaster and Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  99. s 8.99 - Executive Order No. 99: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation Infrastructure Recovery for the State Disaster Emergency.
  100. s 8.100 - Executive Order No. 100: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  101. s 8.101 - Executive Order No. 101: Continuing the Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation Infrastructure Recovery for the State Disaster Emergency.
  102. s 8.102 - Executive Order No. 102: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  103. s 8.103 - Executive Order No. 103: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Broome, Chenango, Clinton, Delaware, Essex, Franklin, Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego, Tioga, Schoharie, St. Lawrence and Warren.
  104. s 8.104 - Executive Order No. 104: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation Infrastructure Recovery for the State Disaster Emergency.
  105. s 8.105 - Executive Order No. 105: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to State Contracts and for the Repair of State Facilities for the State Disaster Emergency.
  106. s 8.106 - Executive Order No. 106: Designation Pursuant to Section 6 and Subdivision 8 of Section 63 of the Executive Law.
  107. s 8.107 - Executive Order No. 107: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to State Contracts.
  108. s 8.108 - Executive Order No. 108: Declaring a Disaster in the County of Niagara.
  109. s 8.109 - Executive Order No. 109: Continuing the Declaration of a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester.
  110. s 8.110 - Executive Order No. 110: Creation of the Mohawk Valley and 2013 Upstate Flood Recovery Program.
  111. s 8.111 - Executive Order No. 111: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  112. s 8.112 - Executive Order No. 112: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester.
  113. s 8.113 - Executive Order No. 113: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  114. s 8.114 - Executive Order No. 114: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  115. s 8.115 - Executive Order No. 115: Extending the Period for Paying Property Taxes in Certain School Districts Within the Counties of Broome, Chenango, Clinton, Delaware, Essex, Franklin, Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Otsego, Schoharie, St
  116. s 8.116 - Executive Order No. 116: Continuing the Declaration of a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester.
  117. s 8.117 - Executive Order No. 117: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  118. s 8.118 - Executive Order No. 118: Continuing the Suspension or Modification of Certain Provisions of Law and Regulations.
  119. s 8.119 - Executive Order No. 119: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, and Contiguous Areas.
  120. s 8.120 - Executive Order No. 120: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses and Ferries.
  121. s 8.121 - Executive Order No. 121: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Allegany, Bronx, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene,
  122. s 8.122 - Executive Order No. 122: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Oneida, Orleans, Oswego, Wayne, Wyoming and Contiguous Areas.
  123. s 8.123 - Executive Order. No. 123: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Westchester and Contiguous Areas.
  124. s 8.124 - Executive Order. No. 124: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses and Ferries.
  125. s 8.125 - Executive Order No. 125: Directing the Department of Environmental Conservation, the Department of Transportation, the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, the Department of Health, and the New York State Energy Research and Deve
  126. s 8.126 - Executive Order No. 126: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Allegany, Bronx, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene,
  127. s 8.127 - Executive Order No. 127: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Ulster, Westchester and Contiguous Areas.
  128. s 8.128 - Executive Order No. 128: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Clinton, Cortland, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, St. Lawrence, Warr
  129. s 8.129 - Executive Order No. 129: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties Of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Wayne, Wyoming, and Contiguous Areas.
  130. s 8.130 - Executive Order No. 130: Establishing the New York State Council on Veterans, Military Members and Their Families.
  131. s 8.131 - Executive Order No. 131: Establishing the Commission on Youth, Public Safety and Justice.
  132. s 8.132 - Executive Order No. 132: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Essex, Franklin, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence and Contiguous Areas.
  133. s 8.133 - Executive Order No. 133: Declaring a Disaster in the County of Yates and Contiguous Areas.
  134. s 8.134 - Executive Order No. 134: Continuing the Declaration of a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens and Richmond.
  135. s 8.135 - Executive Order No. 135: Continuing the Declaration of a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens and Richmond.
  136. s 8.136 - Executive Order No. 136: Establishing the New York Employment First Initiative to Increase Employment of New Yorkers With Disabilities.
  137. s 8.137 - Executive Order No. 137: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Franklin, Genesee, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego, Wyoming, and Contiguous Counties.
  138. s 8.138 - Executive Order No. 138: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Transportation Infrastructure Recovery for the State Disaster Emergency.
  139. s 8.139 - Executive Order No. 139: Temporary Suspension and Modification of Health Statutes and Regulations During the State Disaster Emergency.
  140. s 8.140 - Executive Order No. 140: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses and Ferries.
  141. s 8.141 - Executive Order No. 141: Declaring a Disaster and a Temporary Suspension and Modification of Health Statutes and Regulations in the Counties of Bronx, Dutchess, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Ulster,
  142. s 8.142 - Executive Order No. 142: Temporarily Modifying Laws and Regulations to Authorize the Governor to Regulate Traffic and Suspending Laws Establishing Time Limitations on Actions and Time in Which to Take an Appeal.
  143. s 8.143 - Executive Order No. 143: Declaring a Disaster and a Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to State Contracts to Expedite the Repair of a Portion of Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park.
  144. s 8.144 - Executive Order No. 144: Prohibiting State Funded or State Sponsored Travel to Indiana.
  145. s 8.145 - Executive Order No. 145: Continuing the Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Recovery from a State Disaster Emergency in City of Yonkers.
  146. s 8.146 - Executive Order No. 146: Continuing the Suspension of Provisions Relating to Recovery from a State Disaster Emergency.
  147. s 8.147 - Executive Order No. 147: A Special Prosecutor to Investigate and Prosecute Matters Relating to the Deaths of Civilians Caused by Law Enforcement Officers.
  148. s 8.148 - Executive Order No. 148: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses, and Ferries.
  149. s 8.149 - Executive Order No. 149: Expediting the Foil Process.
  150. s 8.150 - Executive Order No. 150: Establishing One or More Correctional Facilities Within the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision Exclusively for Youth.
  151. s 8.151 - Executive Order No. 151: Emergency Declaration Regarding Homelessness During Inclement Winter Weather.
  152. s 8.152 - Executive Order No. 152: Temporary Suspension of Provisions Relating to Infrastructure Recovery for the State of Emergency Declaration.
  153. s 8.153 - Executive Order No. 153: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester, and Contiguous Areas.
  154. s 8.154 - Executive Order No. 154: Continuing the Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law.
  155. s 8.155 - Executive Order No. 155: Prohibiting State Funded or State Sponsored Travel to North Carolina.
  156. s 8.156 - Executive Order No. 156: Prohibiting State Funded or State Sponsored Travel to Mississippi.
  157. s 8.157 - Executive Order No. 157: Directing State Agencies and Authorities to Divest Public Funds Supporting BDS Campaign Against Israel.
  158. s 8.158 - Executive Order No. 158: Establishing the LGBT Memorial Commission.
  159. s 8.159 - Executive Order No. 159: Establishing a Permanent Joint Task Force to Fight Worker Exploitation and Employee Misclassification.
  160. s 8.160 - Executive Order No. 160: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses, and Ferries.
  161. s 8.161 - Executive Order No. 161: Ensuring Pay Equity by State Employers.
  162. s 8.162 - Executive Order No. 162: Ensuring Pay Equity by State Contractors.
  163. s 8.163 - Executive Order No. 163: A Special Prosecutor to Investigate and Prosecute Matters Arising Out of or Relating to the Death of Edson Thevenin.
  164. s 8.164 - Executive Order No. 164: Declaring a Disaster within the Territorial Boundaries of the State of New York.
  165. s 8.165 - Executive Order No. 165: Declaring a Disaster Emergency Within the Territorial Boundaries of the Counties of Cayuga, Jefferson, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans, Oswego, Saint Lawrence, and Wayne.
  166. s 8.166 - Executive Order No. 166: Redoubling New York's Fight Against the Economic and Environmental Threats Posed by Climate Change and Affirming the Goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
  167. s 8.167 - Executive Order No. 167: Ban on Insurers that Withdraw from NY State of Health, New York’s Official Health Plan Marketplace.
  168. s 8.168 - Executive Order No. 168: Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the Five Boroughs of New York City and the Counties of Dutchess, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester that Incorporate the MTA Region in the State of New York.
  169. s 8.169 - Executive Order No. 169: State Policy Concerning Voter Registration.
  170. s 8.170 - Executive Order No. 170: State Policy Concerning Immigrant Access to State Services.
  171. s 8.171 - Executive Order No. 171: Organ Donation Policy.
  172. s 8.172 - Executive Order No. 172:
  173. s 8.173 - Executive Order No. 173: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appointment New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses, and Ferries.
  174. s 8.174 - Executive Order No. 174: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester, and Their Contiguous Areas.
  175. s 8.175 - Executive Order No. 175: Ensuring Net Neutrality Protections For New Yorkers.
  176. s 8.176 - Executive Order No. 176: Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York and Expanding Access to Immunize Children Against Seasonal Influenza.
  177. s 8.177 - Executive Order No. 177: Prohibiting State Contracts With Entities That Support Discrimination.
  178. s 8.178 - Executive Order No. 178: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Dutchess, Putnam, Sullivan, and Westchester, and their Contiguous Areas.
  179. s 8.179 - Executive Order No. 179: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, and Westchester.
  180. s 8.180 - Executive Order No. 180: Declaring a Public Housing Disaster in the Counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond.
  181. s 8.181 - Executive Order No. 181: Restoring the Right to Vote for New Yorkers on Parole.
  182. s 8.182.1 - Executive Order No. 182.1: Continuing the Declaration of Disaster Emergency in the Counties of Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, and Sullivan.
  183. s 8.183 - Executive Order No. 183: Protecting the Personal Privacy of Public Sector Workers.
  184. s 8.184 - Executive Order No. 184: Protecting Women’s Access to Contraception.
  185. s 8.185 - Executive Order No. 185: Establishing the 2023 World University Games Commission and Reflecting the State's Support of the Games.
  186. s 8.186 - Executive Order No. 186: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Monroe, Onondaga, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Wayne, Yates, and Contiguous Counties.
  187. s 8.187 - Executive Order No. 187: Ensuring Diversity and Inclusion and Combating Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace.
  188. s 8.188 - Executive Order No. 188: Protecting School Children from Speeding Vehicles in School Zones within the City of New York.
  189. s 8.189 - Executive Order No. 189: Establishing the Hurricane Maria Memorial Commission.
  190. s 8.190 - Executive Order No. 190: Incorporating Health Across All Policies into State Agency Activities.
  191. s 8.191 - Executive Order No. 191: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses, and Ferries.
  192. s 8.192 - Executive Order No. 192: Executive Order Imposing Continuing Vendor Integrity Requirements in State Contracts.
  193. s 8.193 - Executive Order No. 193: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Allegany, Bronx, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene,
  194. s 8.194 - Executive Order No. 194: Extending, Due to a Winter Storm Event, the Period for Paying Property Taxes in Certain Municipalities.
  195. s 8.195 - Executive Order No. 195: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Cayuga, Jefferson, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans, Oswego, St. Lawrence, and Wayne.
  196. s 8.196 - Executive Order No. 196: Including E-Cigarette Prevention Within All Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Programming and Materials and Deploying Comprehensive Educational Programming for School Children.
  197. s 8.197 - Executive Order No. 197: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Cayuga, Chautauqua, Cortland, Dutchess, Erie, Essex, Hamilton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Saratoga, Warren, and Contiguous Counties.
  198. s 8.198 - Executive Order No. 198: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Cayuga, Jefferson, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans, Oswego, St. Lawrence, and Wayne.
  199. s 8.199 - Executive Order No. 199: Declaring a Disaster in the Counties of Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga, and Ulster, and Contiguous Counties.
  200. s 8.200 - Executive Order No. 200: Declaring an Emergency in Order to Appoint New Jersey and Connecticut Police Officers as Railroad Police Officers to Provide Enhanced Security on Commuter Trains, Buses, and Ferries.
  201. s 8.201 - Executive Order No. 201: Naming the State University of New York Plaza the H. Carl McCall SUNY Building.
  202. s 8.202 - Executive Order No. 202: Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York.