Delaware Law
Title 29 State Government


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Delaware Laws | Title 29 State Government

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CHAPTER 21. GOVERNOR

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Sec. 2101. Salary.

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Sec. 2102. Request for judicial opinions.

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Sec. 2103. Suspension of execution of death sentence.

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Sec. 2104. Review of National Guard.

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Sec. 2105. Rewards for arrest and conviction.

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Sec. 2106. Use of signature stamp.

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Sec. 2107. Mother's Day proclamation.

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Sec. 2108. Arbor and Bird Day proclamation.

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Sec. 2109. Observance of Delaware Swedish Colonial Day.

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Sec. 2110. Observance of American Education Week.

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Sec. 2111. Observance of Delaware Head Start Week.

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Sec. 2112. Special powers in case of extreme fire hazard; penalty.

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Sec. 2113. Father's Day proclamation.

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Sec. 2114. Police Officers Appreciation Day.

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Sec. 2115. Correctional officers and Employees Recognition and Appreciation Week.

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