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==Cabinet==
 
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Office Name Term
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President Josiah Bartlet 1999–2007
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Vice President John Hoynes 1999–2003
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Robert Russell 2003–2007
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State Lewis Berryhill 1999–2007
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Treasury Ken Kato 1999–2004
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Karen Browning 2004–2007
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Defense Miles Hutchinson 1999–2007
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Justice Dan Larson 1999–2003
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Alan Fisk 2003–2007
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Interior Bill Horton 1999–2007
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Commerce Mitch Bryce 1999–2007
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Labor Carl Reid 1999–2002
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Jack Buckland 2002–2007
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Agriculture Roger Tribbey 2000–2007
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Health and Human Services unknown —
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Housing and Urban Development Deborah O'Leary 1999–2001
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Bill Fisher 2001–2007
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Transportation unknown —
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Energy Bill Trotter 1999–2004
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Gerald Deloit 2004–2007
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Education Jim Kane 1999–2007
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==Supreme Court appointments==
 
==Supreme Court appointments==

Revision as of 04:10, September 29, 2008

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

Office Name Term President Josiah Bartlet 1999–2007 Vice President John Hoynes 1999–2003 Robert Russell 2003–2007

State Lewis Berryhill 1999–2007 Treasury Ken Kato 1999–2004 Karen Browning 2004–2007 Defense Miles Hutchinson 1999–2007 Justice Dan Larson 1999–2003 Alan Fisk 2003–2007 Interior Bill Horton 1999–2007 Commerce Mitch Bryce 1999–2007 Labor Carl Reid 1999–2002 Jack Buckland 2002–2007 Agriculture Roger Tribbey 2000–2007 Health and Human Services unknown — Housing and Urban Development Deborah O'Leary 1999–2001 Bill Fisher 2001–2007 Transportation unknown — Energy Bill Trotter 1999–2004 Gerald Deloit 2004–2007 Education Jim Kane 1999–2007 Veterans Affairs unknown —

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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