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Old June 24th 03, 06:06 PM
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Default Maine judicial appointment committee now to operate in secret...



To wit:


"With respect to information received or created by the Committee for its
internal use, the Committee shall not be subject to the dictates of the
commonly known Freedom of Access Act"



Executive order by Maine Governor Baldacchi:



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12 FY 02/03
14 May 2003




AN ORDER TO AMEND THE ORDER REESTABLISHING THE
GOVERNOR’S SELECT COMMITTEE ON JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS

WHEREAS, Article V, part I, section 8 of the Constitution of Maine vests
the Governor with the power to nominate and, subject to confirmation,
appoint specified Maine judicial officers; and

WHEREAS, there is established the Governor’s Select Committee on Judicial
Appointments (hereinafter “Committee”), which committee was reestablished
on 10 February 1995 through Executive Order 9 FY 94/95; and

WHEREAS, the present structure of the Committee has evolved since that
time; and

WHEREAS, the important work of the Committee in its selection of
candidates for the Maine Judicial Branch requires that the information
received and created by the Committee is received and created with full
candor:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, John E. Baldacci, Governor of the State of Maine, do
hereby amend Executive Order 9 FY 94/95 in the following manner:

With respect to membership: The Committee shall consist of five (5) or
more members, who shall be appointed by, and serve at the pleasure of, the
Governor.

With respect to information received or created by the Committee for its
internal use, the Committee shall not be subject to the dictates of the
commonly known Freedom of Access Act, found in Title 1, Chapter 13,
subchapter I et seq. of the Maine Revised Statutes Annotated.
Information, however, that is shared by the Committee with external
bodies, such as (by way of example) the Legislature, the Judiciary
Committee, and the Office of the Governor, still is subject to the
dictates of the Freedom of Access Act.

In all other respects, the terms of Executive Order 9 FY 94/95 (dated 10
February 1995) remain the same.

Effective Date

The effective date of this Executive Order is 14 May 2003.

Save for Executive Order 9 FY 94/95 (dated 10 February 1995), this
Executive Order revokes and replaces all prior Executive Orders that
establish entities whose function is the same or substantially the same as
the Committee.

___________________________
John E. Baldacci, Governor
 




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