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Access Philadelphia Mayoral Executive Orders on phila.gov

Are you looking for an executive order issued by a Philadelphia mayor? Try searching the executive orders available from the Office of the Mayor on phila.gov. The website provides access to mayoral executive orders from 1952 to present. Users can search by keyword across all mayors or use the category filter to limit the search to a specific mayor. 

Each executive order can be easily downlaoded as a PDF. Direct hyperlinks are also available for each document. 

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