EXECUTIVE ORDER EO 83-03
RESCINDING EO 82-25
On December 20, 1982, I issued Executive Order 82-25, which ordered across-the-board reductions in state General Fund expenditures of 2.2 percent of each agency's total biennial appropriations. I have today approved portions of Senate Bill 3258 that will bring in additional revenues during the remainder of this biennium. For this reason, the cuts ordered by EO 82-25 need not be imposed.
However, the revenues that will be generated by those portions of Senate Bill 3258 that I have approved will be insufficient to meet all of the needs of the state for this biennium. Therefore, shortly after the latest revenue forecasts from the Office of Financial Management become available, and in the absence of further legislative action, which I have requested, a new Executive Order will issue ordering cuts to compensate for the revenue shortfall anticipated at that time.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, John Spellman, Governor of the state of Washington, by virtue of the authority vested in me, do hereby rescind EO 82-25.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the State
of Washington to be affixed at Olympia
this 22nd day of February A.D., Nineteen hundred and eighty-three.
Governor of Washington
BY THE GOVERNOR:
Secretary of State
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