Arizona Administrative Register Governor's Executive Orders/Proclamations
EXECUTIVE ORDERS, PROCLAMATIONS OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY, AND STATEMENTS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNOR PURSUANT TO A.R.S. ? 41-1013(B)(3)
The Administrative Procedure Act (APA) requires the full-text publication of all Executive Orders and Proclamations of General Applicability issued by the Governor. In addition, the Register shall include each statement filed by the Governor in granting a commutation, pardon or reprieve, or stay or suspension of execution where a sentence of death is imposed. EXECUTIVE ORDER 99-6 TO ALLOCATE FUNDS TO ENSURE CONTINUATION OF HEALTH CARE FOR PERSONS SERVED BY THE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER IN PATAGONIA WHEREAS, the Family Health Center in Patagonia began providing primary care medical services to residents of northeastern Santa Cruz County in the late 1970s as a National Health Service Corps site; and WHEREAS, with the departure of the National Health Service Corps, the clinic became a satellite of Mariposa Community Health Center in 1990; and WHEREAS, the Family Health Center in Patagonia provides medical services to patients with private health insurance, public sponsored health insurance, and the working poor, all for whom the nearest medical facility and pharmacy are some 30 miles away; and WHEREAS, the Family Health Center in Patagonia provided over 3,800 essential primary care visits to nearly 1,500 local children and adults in 1998 and provided consultations to local emergency medical technicians; and WHEREAS, with the loss of funding when the legislature did not re-authorize $2.5 million of Tobacco Tax Supplemental Part B funding, Mariposa has had to redirect resources to its main clinic in Nogales and consider closure of the Family Health Center in Patagonia thereby jeopardizing the health and well-being of community residents; and WHEREAS, Mariposa Community Health Center is seeking permanent funding that will not be available until after October, 1999; and WHEREAS, during the 1997 First Regular Session of the Forty-third Legislature, the Health Crisis Fund was established, authorizing the Governor to expend funds in order to respond to an existing health crisis; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jane Dee Hull, Governor of the State of Arizona, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and Laws of the State, do hereby declare a health crisis or a significant potential for a health crisis in this State and hereby: 1. Allocate such funds as necessary, not to exceed $21,000, from the Health Crisis Fund as established pursuant to A.R.S. 36-797 to the 2. Department of Health Services, to be distributed on an as needed basis, for the continuation of the Family Health Center in Patagonia. Direct the Department of Health Services to report the expenditures made by the Family Health Center in Patagonia to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on the Tobacco Tax and Health Care Fund pursuant to A.R.S. 36-797. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Arizona.
Jane Dee Hull
Governor DONE at the Capitol in Phoenix on this second day of June, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Ninety-nine and of the Independence of the United States of America the Two Hundred and Twenty-third. ATTEST:
Betsey Bayless Secretary of State
EXECUTIVE ORDER 99-7 TO ALLOCATE FUNDS TO THE ARIZONA ACUPUNCTURE BOARD OF EXAMINERS WHEREAS, the Arizona Acupuncture Board of Examiners was established during the 1998 Second Regular Session of the Forty-third Legislature to ensure the health and safety of patients served by acupuncturists; and WHEREAS, the Arizona Acupuncture Board of Examiners does not have sufficient funding to ensure the continuation of operations and fulfillment of statutory obligations without intervening measures; and WHEREAS, the Arizona Acupuncture Board of Examiners does not have sufficient resources to guarantee the continuation of licensing fee collection without additional funding; and WHEREAS, the fiscal deficiency of the Arizona July 2, 1999
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