List of Michigan pandemic executive orders that are still active
Gretchen Whitmer has issued more than 100 executive orders since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but most of those have expired or been replaced by subsequent orders. Here is a list of executive orders that are still in effect, according to the state. Each executive order on the list has details about what it changed, planned expiration dates and links to every full order. MORE: Here are all 109 executive orders issued by Whitmer during COVID-19 pandemicEO 2020-26: Extension of April 2020 Michigan income tax filing deadlinesIssued: March 27Rescinded by: NoneEnd: The end date will be the end of the declared state of emergency or a date reasonably related to the end of the declared state of emergency. Click here to view the full executive orderEO 2020-55: Michigan Coronavirus Task Force on Racial DisparitiesIssued: April 20Rescinded by: NoneEnd: The end date will be the end of the declared state of emergency or a date reasonably related to the end of the declared state of emergency.
Here are all 140 executive orders issued by Michigan Gov. Whitmer during COVID-19 pandemic
LANSING, Mich. – Here is a list of all 140 executive orders Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has issued since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, including details about the changes, expiration dates and links to each full order. LIST: Michigan executive orders that are still activeSome of the executive orders have already expired or been rescinded by new orders. Individuals must, to the best of their ability, complete vehicle registrations or license renewals online during the declared states of emergency and disaster. It also authorizes the use of electronic signatures for satisfying signature requirements related to administrative procedural activities.