Executive Actions

Memo – Reduction in Curfew Hours – Amendment to Directive 16 of the CNMI COVID-19 Emergency Directives of 2020

On April 16, 2020, the Governor issued Executive Order 2020-07 that authorized the CNMI Homeland Security and Emergency Management Office, through the CNMI COVID-19 Task Force, in partnership with Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation (CHCC), to undertake necessary COVID-19 containment measures by means of the development of Emergency Directives to be titled the CNMI COVID-19 Emergency Directives of 2020 to protect the health and safety of the public. This action was authorized under Article III, § 10 of the Commonwealth Constitution, the Homeland Security & Emergency Management Act of 2013, 1 CMC § 20144, and the CNMI Emergency Health Powers Act of 2003, 3 CMC §§ 2181-2195, and Executive Order 2020-04, as amended and renewed.

CNMI COVID-19 EMERGENCY DIRECTIVES OF 2020 (as of April 16, 2020)

Pursuant to the Second Amended Executive Order 2020-04, as amended and continued, declaring a State of Public Health Emergency and continuing a declaration of a State of Significant Emergency establishing response, quarantine, and preventive containment measures concerning Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), and the authority granted to me by the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Act of 2013, 1 CMC § 20144, I, as the Special Assistant for CNMI Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM), having primary jurisdiction, responsibility, and authority for:

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CNMI Cannabis Commission launches

With the publishing of the certification and adoption of proposed rules and regulations of the CNMI Cannabis Commission (Commission), the Commission announces the official launching of applications for the commercial Cannabis Licenses and noncommercial Homegrown Marijuana Registry.

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