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131st Maine Legislature, First Special Session

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SP 763
LD #

An Act to Reduce Electricity Costs for Maine's Consumers and Businesses by Amending the Laws Governing Renewable Resources

Documents and DispositionLD 1888, SP 763Text
LD 1888
SP 763
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Fiscal Status
Not Yet Determined

Final DispositionAccepted Majority (ONTP) Report, Jun 21, 2023

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Amendments to LD 1888C-A (S-358)
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Fiscal Status
Fiscal Impact

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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Energy, Utilities and Technology on May 4, 2023.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Jun 20, 2023, ONTP/OTP-AM
Latest Committee Report: Jun 20, 2023; EUT, MAJ: Ought Not To Pass; EUT, MIN: Ought To Pass As Amended


Committee Docket
May 31, 2023Work Session Held 
May 31, 2023VotedDivided Report
Jun 20, 2023Reported OutONTP/OTP-AM

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Divided Reports
ReportReport Signer
MAJ - Ought Not To PassSenator Mark Lawrence of York, Chair
 Representative S. Paige Zeigler of Montville, Chair
 Representative Mark Babin of Fort Fairfield
 Representative James Boyle of Gorham
 Representative Larry Dunphy of Embden
 Representative Steven Foster of Dexter
 Representative Valli Geiger of Rockland
 Senator Matthew Harrington of York
 Representative Reagan Paul of Winterport
 Representative Walter Runte of York
MIN - Ought To Pass As AmendedSenator Nicole Grohoski of Hancock
 Representative Christopher Kessler of South Portland
 Representative Sophia Warren of Scarborough
Affected Statute Titles and Sections
TitleSectionSubsectionParagraphEffectLaw TypeChapter
35-A32142 AMD null