Establishing the Arizona State Quarter Commission
WHEREAS, the United States Mint has implemented the 50 State Quarters® Program (the "Program") in accordance with Public Law No. 105-124, to commemorate each of the 50 states in the order in which the states ratified the United States Constitution and joined the Union; and....
WHEREAS, Arizona entered the Union as the 48th state on February 14, 1912, and the quarter dollar honoring the State of Arizona will be issued in 2008;
NOW, THEREFORE, [the Governor orders]
1. The Arizona State Quarter Commission (the "Commission") is established to develop the narrative design concepts to be presented to the United States Mint, and make recommendations to the Governor regarding the final design of the Arizona State quarter in accordance with the Program....
4. The Commission... shall submit three (3) to five (5) narrative concepts for the Arizona quarter to the United States Mint....
8. The Commission and this Executive Order shall expire by their own terms when the Arizona state quarter is publicly unveiled in Arizona, unless extended by further order of the Governor.
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