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Headed by [[President of the United States]] [[Josiah Bartlet]], the '''Bartlet Administration''' was the [[executive branch]] of the [[United States]] from [[1999]] to [[2007]].
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==First Term (1999-2003)==
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==Second Term (2003-2007)==
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==Legislation and Programs==
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===Major legislation signed===
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===Major legislation vetoed===
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* [[Marriage Recognition Act]] ([[pocket veto]])
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* [[Death Tax Elimination Act]]
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* Several [[school voucher]]s bills
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===Proposals not passed by Congress===
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===Initiatives===
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==Cabinet==
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==Supreme Court appointments==
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Bartlet appointed the following Justices to the [[Supreme Court]]:
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* [[Roberto Mendoza]] - 2000
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* [[Evelyn Baker Lang]] - 2004, first woman to serve as [[Chief Justice]]
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* [[Christopher Mulready]] - 2004
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==Other appointments==
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==White House Senior Staff==
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Senior Advisors and Assistants to the President:
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* [[Oliver Babish]] - [[White House Counsel]], 2001-2006
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* [[Will Bailey]] - [[Deputy White House Communications Director]], 2003-2005; [[Chief of Staff to the Vice President]], 2005-2006; [[White House Communications Director]], 2006-2007
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* [[Cliff Calley]] - [[Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning]], 2006-2007
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* [[Cochran]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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* [[C.J. Cregg]] - [[White House Press Secretary]], 1999-2005; [[White House Chief of Staff]], 2005-2007
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* [[Amy Gardner]] - [[Chief of Staff to the First Lady]], 2003
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* [[Gates]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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* [[Mandy Hampton]] - [[White House Media Director]], 1999-2000
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* [[Kate Harper]] - [[Deputy National Security Advisor]], 2004-2007
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* [[Josh Lyman]] - Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning, 1999-2006
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* [[Leo McGarry]] - White House Chief of Staff, 1999-2006
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* [[Nancy McNally]] - [[National Security Advisor]], 2000-2006
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* [[Annabeth Schott]] - [[Deputy White House Press Secretary for Media Relations]], 2005-2006
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* [[Sam Seaborn]] - Deputy White House Communications Director, 1999-2003
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* [[Solomon]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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* [[Lionel Tribbey]] - White House Counsel, 2000-2001
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* [[Toby Ziegler]] - White House Communications Director, 1999-2006
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==The Economy==
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==Foreign policy==
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==References==
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Revision as of 05:30, January 25, 2007

Headed by President of the United States Josiah Bartlet, the Bartlet Administration was the executive branch of the United States from 1999 to 2007.

First Term (1999-2003)

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Second Term (2003-2007)

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Legislation and Programs

Major legislation signed

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Major legislation vetoed

Proposals not passed by Congress

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Initiatives

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Cabinet

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Supreme Court appointments

Bartlet appointed the following Justices to the Supreme Court:

Other appointments

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White House Senior Staff

Senior Advisors and Assistants to the President:

The Economy

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Foreign policy

Main article: Foreign policy of the Bartlet Administration

References

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