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128th Maine Legislature, Second Regular Session

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Legislature
128th
Paper
HP 1266
LD #
1824

An Act Regarding the Termination of the Authority To Issue a Permit for a Noise Suppression Device on a Firearm for Hunting

(EMERGENCY)
Documents and DispositionLD 1824, HP 1266Text
LD 1824
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Fiscal Status
Not Yet Determined

Adopted Amendments C-A (H-639)
Emergency
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Fiscal Status
No Fiscal Impact
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Final DispositionEmergency Enacted, Apr 8, 2018
Governor's Action: Emergency Unsigned, Apr 8, 2018

Chaptered LawACTPUB
, Chapter 366
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Amendments to LD 1824Adopted by House & SenateC-A (H-639)
Emergency
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No Fiscal Impact
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Inland Fisheries and Wildlife on Feb 8, 2018.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Mar 7, 2018, OTP-AM
Latest Committee Report: Mar 7, 2018, Ought To Pass As Amended

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
Feb 20, 2018Work Session Held 
Feb 20, 2018VotedOTP-AM
Mar 7, 2018Reported OutOTP-AM

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Divided Reports

No Divided Reports.

Affected Statute Titles and Sections
TitleSectionSubsectionParagraphEffectLaw TypeChapter
12111612 AMDPublic Law366