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131st Maine Legislature, First Special Session

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An Act to Provide Qualifying Municipalities a Percentage of Adult Use Cannabis Sales and Excise Tax Revenues

Documents and DispositionLD 88, HP 56Text
LD 88
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Printed Document PDF MS-Word Document
Fiscal Status
Not Yet Determined

Final DispositionDied On Adjournment, Jul 26, 2023

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Amendments to LD 88C-A (H-104)
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Fiscal Status
Fiscal Impact
Fiscal Note PDFFiscal Note

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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Taxation on Jan 10, 2023.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, May 5, 2023, OTP-AMONTP
Latest Committee Report: May 5, 2023; TAX, MAJ: Ought To Pass As Amended; TAX, MIN: Ought Not To Pass


Committee Docket
Mar 21, 2023Work Session Held 
Mar 21, 2023VotedDivided Report
Apr 4, 2023Work Session Reconsidered 
May 5, 2023Reported OutOTP-AMONTP

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Divided Reports
ReportReport Signer
MAJ - Ought To Pass As AmendedSenator Nicole Grohoski of Hancock, Chair
 Representative Joe Perry of Bangor, Chair
 Senator Ben Chipman of Cumberland
 Representative Ed Crockett of Portland
 Representative Tavis Hasenfus of Readfield
 Representative Laurel Libby of Auburn
 Representative Ann Matlack of St. George
 Representative Ambureen Rana of Bangor
MIN - Ought Not To PassRepresentative Micky Carmichael of Greenbush
 Representative Thomas Lavigne of Berwick
 Senator James Libby of Cumberland
 Representative Tracy Quint of Hodgdon
 Representative Shelley Rudnicki of Fairfield
Affected Statute Titles and Sections
TitleSectionSubsectionParagraphEffectLaw TypeChapter
364925  RPR null
361818  RPR null
28-B407  NEW null