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House Calendar
COMMUNICATIONS
SPECIAL SENTIMENT CALENDAR
Recognizing:
In Memory of:
REPORTS OF COMMITTEE
Divided Report
ENACTORS
Regular
Acts
ORDERS OF THE DAY
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
SUPPLEMENT NO. 4
CONSENT CALENDAR
First Day
SUPPLEMENT NO. 5
ENACTORS
Regular
Acts
SUPPLEMENT NO. 8
SENATE PAPERS
Non-Concurrent Matter
SUPPLEMENT NO. 11
REPORTS OF COMMITTEE
Divided Report
SUPPLEMENT NO. 14
REPORTS OF COMMITTEE
Divided Report

 


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ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHTH MAINE LEGISLATURE
FIRST REGULAR SESSION


 

54th Legislative Day

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

 

            Calling of the House to Order by the Speaker.

 

            Prayer by Honorable Rachel Talbot Ross, Portland.

 

            Pledge of Allegiance.

 

            Reading of the Journal of yesterday.

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COMMUNICATIONS

 

 


 

            (2-1)  The Following Communication: (H.C. 230)

 

                        and accompanying veto, item (2-2)

 

STATE OF MAINE

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

1 STATE HOUSE STATION

AUGUSTA, MAINE  04333-0001

 

June 12, 2017

 

The 128th Legislature of the State of Maine

State House

Augusta, Maine

 

Dear Honorable Members of the 128th Legislature:

 

Under the authority vested in me by Article IV, Part Third, Section 2 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, I am hereby vetoing LD 152, "An Act to Strengthen Intragovernment Communication."

 

This bill is a politically motivated power grab, and I cannot support it.  Among its many problems, this bill disregards due process for Executive Branch officials and seeks to empower the legislature and its never-ending parade of working groups, task forces and commissions to commandeer the time and resources of the Executive Branch.

 

This bill is a reaction to my common-sense request that committees of the legislature submit questions to the Executive Branch in writing so written answers may be provided prior to a public hearing.  This ensures the efforts of Executive Branch employees can be prioritized against the many demands on their time in their daily service to the Maine people.  Submitting questions and answers in writing creates a paper trail, allowing members of the Executive Branch to defend themselves from false and politically motivated statements that are often made by the opposing party of the legislature.  When information is presented in black and white, it allows examination by the public and a common set of facts on which to base discussion.

 

Too often, legislators use public hearings for the opportunity to grandstand and berate members of the Executive Branch.  While I agree the Executive has a duty to provide information necessary to conduct government that serves the Maine people, we are not obligated to serve as window dressing for politically motivated legislators trying to get their names in the newspapers.  Good governance demands better.

 

Further, this bill is unnecessary and provides the legislature a remedy that already exists in law.  3 M.R.S.A. §165 provides legislative committees with broad authority that addresses the supposed intent of this bill.  Sub-section 4 provides that State Departments shall furnish to a Committee documents, material or information requested by a Committee.  Sub-section 7 provides Committees the power to issue subpoenas and compel the attendance and testimony of witnesses.  Given that these broad powers already exist, this bill is not needed.

 

Even more troubling, this bill proposes compelled attendance and testimony before legislative committees and other bodies without providing witnesses the procedural protections customarily provided when government is granted such power.  This is an attempt to provide the Legislature raw power over the Executive Branch without regard for those affected by the exercise of this power.

 

In order to trigger this compelled attendance and testimony, a legislative committee or other body would simply have to send the prospective witness notice of date and time of the inquiry.  This bill does not even require the prospective witness to be notified of the subject matter of the inquiry or that the individual be relevant to the scope or work of the committee or other group.

 

Maine law already includes a comprehensive law that details the process for witnesses to be compelled to testify before a legislative investigating committee, which can be found in Title 3, Chapter 21.  It provides the legislature with the ability to subpoena witnesses and, appropriately, includes numerous protections for witnesses compelled to appear before Legislative Committees.

 

The existing law is comprehensive, and that was intentional.  Such procedures and rules are necessary to avoid forcing individuals to appear and testify without sufficient protection of their rights, as well as to avoid potential criminal accusations without any recourse for the accused.  LD 152 provides none of these protections.  It is merely a legal shortcut that ignores the rights of witnesses.

 

For these reasons, I return LD 152 unsigned and vetoed.  I strongly urge the Legislature to sustain it.

 

Sincerely,

 

S/Paul R. LePage

Governor

 

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            (2-2)  The accompanying item An Act To Strengthen Intragovernment Communication

(H.P. 110)  (L.D. 152)
(C. "A" H-180)

 

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            (2-3)  The Following Communication: (H.C. 231)

 

                        and accompanying veto, item (2-4)

 

STATE OF MAINE

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

1 STATE HOUSE STATION

AUGUSTA, MAINE  04333-0001

 

June 12, 2017

 

The 128th Legislature of the State of Maine

State House

Augusta, Maine

 

Dear Honorable Members of the 128th Legislature:

 

Under the authority vested in me by Article IV, Part Third, Section 2 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, I am hereby vetoing LD 901, "An Act to Amend the Laws Governing the Determination of a Wind Energy Development's Effect on the Scenic Character of Maine's Special Places."

 

This bill creates more work for the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and the Maine Land Use Planning Commission by eliminating their discretion in determining if a visual scenic impact assessment for a scenic resource is necessary and by requiring all rulemaking under the Wind Energy Act be major substantive.

 

Meanwhile, the bill offers no real protection to Mainers in all areas of the state from the increasing visual impact of turbines popping up across our horizon.  Instead, it authorizes the Legislature to involve itself in the decisions of the agencies to continuously politicize what should be technical and science-based processes.

 

For this reason, I return LD 901 unsigned and vetoed.  I strongly urge the Legislature to sustain it.

 

Sincerely,

 

S/Paul R. LePage

Governor

 

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            (2-4)  The accompanying item An Act To Amend the Laws Governing the Determination of a Wind Energy Development's Effect on the Scenic Character of Maine's Special Places

(H.P. 629)  (L.D. 901)
(C. "A" H-213)

 

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            (2-5)  The Following Communication: (H.C. 232)

 

                        and accompanying veto, item (2-6)

 

STATE OF MAINE

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

1 STATE HOUSE STATION

AUGUSTA, MAINE  04333-0001

 

June 12, 2017

 

The 128th Legislature of the State of Maine

State House

Augusta, Maine

 

Dear Honorable Members of the 128th Legislature:

 

Under the authority vested in me by Article IV, Part Third, Section 2 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, I am hereby vetoing LD 1191, "An Act To Extend to One Year the Probationary Period for Certain Municipal Employee Positions."

 

I believe six months is sufficient time to evaluate the performance of a new employee. One year is too long to wait to decide whether a municipal employee is the right fit for the role.  If supervisors in municipal government are not capable of this evaluation, then our municipalities should look for better skilled managers or invest in training for those they currently employ.

 

For this reason, I return LD 1191 unsigned and vetoed.  I strongly urge the Legislature to sustain it.

 

Sincerely,

 

S/Paul R. LePage

Governor

 

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            (2-6)  The accompanying item An Act To Extend to One Year the Probationary Period for Certain Municipal Employee Positions

(H.P. 828)  (L.D. 1191)

 

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            (2-7)  The Following Communication: (H.C. 233)

 

                        and accompanying veto, item (2-8)

 

STATE OF MAINE

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

1 STATE HOUSE STATION

AUGUSTA, MAINE  04333-0001

 

June 12, 2017

 

The 128th Legislature of the State of Maine

State House

Augusta, Maine

 

Dear Honorable Members of the 128th Legislature:

 

Under the authority vested in me by Article IV, Part Third, Section 2 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, I am hereby vetoing LD 374, "An Act to Recodify and Revise Certain Portions of the Maine Criminal Code."

 

The Criminal Law Advisory Commission is comprised of members who are not elected, but are appointed by the Attorney General pursuant to statute.  The members of CLAC have crafted a bill they believe is important.  However, it is up to us who are elected by the people of the State of Maine to thoroughly examine any bill that would affect the rights of citizens. 

 

During my time in office, I have noticed that CLAC has assumed what can be thought of as a lawmaking role. This is a consequence of the legislature leaning too heavily on the advice and counsel of unelected mandarins who are totally unaccountable to the people. Such reliance by the legislature sours our democratic process. CLAC's statutory duties include submitting to the legislature "such changes in the criminal laws . . . as the commission may determine appropriate."  The privilege of submitting legislation that affects the liberty of the people of Maine should be reserved for those elected officials who are designated in the Constitution.

 

In a memorandum accompanying LD 374, CLAC wrote in relation to how difficult it is to explain what the bill is trying to accomplish: "It is both difficult and time-consuming to attempt to physically compare and contrast the current provisions contained in Part 3 with the proposed recodification and revision in LD 374."  I think this statement is true.  However, I am unconvinced their difficult task was accomplished to the degree that Maine citizens expect.  When unelected groups propose legislation, that legislation should receive more scrutiny than bills that arise from elected officials. Because I do not believe that LD 374 received this much-needed scrutiny, I cannot support it. 

 

For this reason, I return LD 374 unsigned and vetoed. I strongly urge the Legislature to sustain it.

 

Sincerely,

 

S/Paul R. LePage

Governor

 

 

 

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            (2-8)  The accompanying item An Act To Recodify and Revise Certain Portions of the Maine Criminal Code (EMERGENCY)

(H.P. 280)  (L.D. 374)
(C. "A" H-223)

 

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            (2-9)  The Following Communication: (H.C. 229)

 

STATE OF MAINE

CLERK'S OFFICE

2 STATE HOUSE STATION

AUGUSTA, MAINE 04333-0002

 

June 13, 2017

 

Honorable Sara Gideon

Speaker of the House

2 State House Station

Augusta, Maine 04333

 

Dear Speaker Gideon:

 

Pursuant to Joint Rule 310, the following Joint Standing Committee has voted unanimously to report the following bill out "Ought Not to Pass:"

 

Transportation

L.D. 1628       An Act To Increase the Penalty for Failing To Carry Proof of Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility

 

Sincerely,

 

S/Robert B. Hunt

Clerk of House

 

 

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            (2-10)  The Following Communication: (S.C. 505)

 

MAINE SENATE

128TH LEGISLATURE

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

 

June 12, 2017

 

Honorable Robert B. Hunt

Clerk of the House

2 State House Station

Augusta, Maine  04333

 

Dear Clerk Hunt:

 

Please be advised the Senate today insisted to its previous action whereby it accepted

 

·        the Minority Ought Not to Pass Report from the Committee on State and Local Government on Bill "An Act To Promote Efficiency and Accountability to Taxpayers in Personal Services Contracting" (H.P. 520) (L.D. 740), in non-concurrence;

 

·        the Ought to Pass as Amended Report from the Committee on State and Local Government and Passage to be Engrossed as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-225) as Amended by Senate Amendment "A" (S-196) on Bill "An Act To Amend the Law Regarding Road Associations" (H.P. 731) (L.D. 1042), in non-concurrence.

 

Best Regards,

 

 

S/Heather J.R. Priest

Secretary of the Senate

 

 

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SPECIAL SENTIMENT CALENDAR

 

            In accordance with House Rule 519 and Joint Rule 213, the following items:

 

Recognizing:

 

            (5-1)  the crew of LifeFlight of Maine in Lewiston, which was presented with the Giving the Gift of Life Heroes Award by the American Red Cross in Central and Mid Coast Maine.  We extend to the crew our congratulations and best wishes;

 

(SLS 456)

 

 

            (5-2)  the Hollis Center Church, in Hollis Center, which is celebrating its 100th Anniversary on October 7, 2017.  Supporting foreign missionaries as well as needs within the community has been an ongoing focus of the church.  We extend to everyone at the Hollis Center Church our congratulations on this anniversary;

 

(SLS 457)

 

 

            (5-3)  Charlie Saffian, of Cumberland, a sophomore at Greely High School, who has been named the Cromwell Center for Disabilities Awareness 2017 Momentum Honoree for his being a role model advocating for inclusive, respectful and safe schools and communities.  We extend to Charlie our congratulations and best wishes;

 

(SLS 458)

 

 

            (5-4)  Robert Hasch, of Boothbay, Chief of Police of Boothbay Harbor, who has received the Character Development Award from the Boothbay Region YMCA for his exemplary leadership and compassion for the most vulnerable in the community.  We extend to Chief Hasch our congratulations and best wishes;

 

(SLS 459)

 

 

            (5-5)  the Maine Pharmacy Association, of Portland, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary in business.  The association, created in 1867 and first incorporated by the Legislature in 1868, is the first professional state pharmacy association in the country.  We extend to everyone at the Maine Pharmacy Association our congratulations on this anniversary and offer them our best wishes;

 

(SLS 460)

 

 

            (5-6)  Gilbert Leslie, of Belfast, for his twenty years of volunteer service to the Belfast Chamber of Commerce staffing the Visitor's Center and providing advice to visitors to the community and State.  We extend to Mr. Leslie our appreciation for his service and offer him our best wishes;

 

(SLS 461)

 

 

            (5-7)  Anna McDougal, of Wiscasset, who won the bronze medal in the 2017 Women's Alpine Novice Giant Slalom event at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria.  Ms. McDougal also participated in the Special Olympics Maine State Winter Games, where she had the honor of lighting the Flame of Hope.  We extend to Ms. McDougal our congratulations and best wishes;

 

(HLS 546)

Presented by Representative HANLEY of Pittston.

Cosponsored by Senator DOW of Lincoln.

 

 

            (5-8)  the Lisbon High School Cheerleading Team, of Lisbon Falls, which won the Class C State Cheerleading Championship.  Members of the team include Alyssa Hall, Shelby Cyr, Savannah Czechalski, Erin Davenport, Sydney Douglass, Emma Houle, Nikki Pagan, Cheyenne Pesce, Kayla Roberts, Molly Ryder, Antigone Woodbury, Olivia Clark, Oceana Assignon, Emma Cleaves, MyKayla Harrington, Megan Ross, Madison Valcourt and Vannessa Wasielewski.  The team is coached by Nicole Adams.  We extend to all the members of the team our congratulations and best wishes;

 

(HLS 547)

Presented by Representative MASON of Lisbon.

Cosponsored by Senator MASON of Androscoggin.

 

 

            (5-9)  Dr. John Radebaugh, of Falmouth, who has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Maine Health Care Association.  We extend to Dr. Radebaugh our congratulations and best wishes;

 

(HLS 548)

Presented by Representative PIERCE of Falmouth.

Cosponsored by Senator BREEN of Cumberland, Representative SANBORN of Portland.

 

 

In Memory of:

 

            (5-10)  Christina K. Bathras, of South Portland.  Mrs. Bathras came to the United States from Greece in 1948 and ran the Marathon Restaurant in Portland before moving to South Portland, where from 1954 to 1989 she and her husband, George, owned Bathras Market, a local institution.  "Mrs. B" was a kind and faithful neighbor and was well-loved by everyone who knew her.  She will be long remembered and sadly missed by her family and friends;

 

(HLS 549)

Presented by Representative RECKITT of South Portland.

Cosponsored by Senator MILLETT of Cumberland, Representative HAMANN of South Portland, Representative BATTLE of South Portland.

 

 

            (5-11)  Walter L. Getchell, of Marshfield, a veteran of the United States Army and Army Reserve.  Mr. Getchell taught music in Williamstown, Massachusetts schools for 37 years.  He played trombone and tuba in the Berkshire Symphony Orchestra and conducted a variety of musical ensembles.  In 1998, after his retirement, he and his wife, Sue, moved to Marshfield to build a new home.  He was active at the Centre Street Congregational Church in Machias and with many local charities and boards, helped to found PFLAG in Washington County and taught music in various schools in Washington County.  Mr. Getchell will be long remembered and sadly missed by his family and friends;

 

(HLS 550)

Presented by Representative ALLEY of Beals.

Cosponsored by Senator MAKER of Washington.

 

 

            (5-12)  Ronald Chipman, of Milbridge, a veteran of the United States Coast Guard.  Mr. Chipman worked for many years as a bargeman in New York Harbor refueling commercial vessels.  He later returned to lobstering in the waters of Maine.  Mr. Chipman will be long remembered and sadly missed by his family and friends;

 

(HLS 551)

Presented by Representative ALLEY of Beals.

Cosponsored by Senator MAKER of Washington.

 

 

 

 

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REPORTS OF COMMITTEE

 

Divided Report

 

            (6-1)  Majority Report of the Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-186) on Bill "An Act To Address Severe and Ongoing Shortfalls in the Funding of Direct Care Workers in Long-term Care Settings and To Establish the Commission To Study Long-term Care Workforce Issues" (EMERGENCY)

(S.P. 512)  (L.D. 1466)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    CHIPMAN of Cumberland

            Representatives:
                                    HYMANSON of York
                                    DENNO of Cumberland
                                    HAMANN of South Portland
                                    MADIGAN of Waterville
                                    PARKER of South Berwick
                                    PERRY of Calais

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought Not to Pass on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    BRAKEY of Androscoggin
                                    HAMPER of Oxford

            Representatives:
                                    CHACE of Durham
                                    HEAD of Bethel
                                    MALABY of Hancock
                                    SANDERSON of Chelsea

            Comes from the Senate with the Minority OUGHT NOT TO PASS Report READ and ACCEPTED.

 

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            (6-2)  Majority Report of the Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT reporting Ought Not to Pass on Bill "An Act To Base the Minimum Wage on a New England State Average and To Restore the Tip Credit"

(S.P. 277)  (L.D. 831)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    BELLOWS of Kennebec

            Representatives:
                                    FECTEAU of Biddeford
                                    BATES of Westbrook
                                    DUNPHY of Old Town
                                    HANDY of Lewiston
                                    MASTRACCIO of Sanford
                                    SYLVESTER of Portland

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-210) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    VOLK of Cumberland
                                    LANGLEY of Hancock

            Representatives:
                                    AUSTIN of Gray
                                    LOCKMAN of Amherst
                                    STETKIS of Canaan
                                    VACHON of Scarborough

            Comes from the Senate with the Minority OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (S-210).

 

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            (6-3)  Majority Report of the Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT reporting Ought Not to Pass on Bill "An Act To Protect the Rights of Public Employees To Determine Their Collective Bargaining Agent"

(S.P. 544)  (L.D. 1553)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    BELLOWS of Kennebec

            Representatives:
                                    FECTEAU of Biddeford
                                    BATES of Westbrook
                                    DUNPHY of Old Town
                                    HANDY of Lewiston
                                    MASTRACCIO of Sanford
                                    SYLVESTER of Portland

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-233) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    VOLK of Cumberland
                                    LANGLEY of Hancock

            Representatives:
                                    AUSTIN of Gray
                                    LOCKMAN of Amherst
                                    STETKIS of Canaan
                                    VACHON of Scarborough

            Comes from the Senate with the Majority OUGHT NOT TO PASS Report READ and ACCEPTED.

 

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            (6-4)  Majority Report of the Committee on CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-486) on Bill "An Act To Prohibit the Privatization of State Correctional Facilities and the State's Forensic Hospitals"

(H.P. 893)  (L.D. 1296)

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    CYRWAY of Kennebec
                                    DIAMOND of Cumberland

            Representatives:
                                    WARREN of Hallowell
                                    GROHMAN of Biddeford
                                    LONGSTAFF of Waterville
                                    NADEAU of Winslow
                                    RECKITT of South Portland
                                    TALBOT ROSS of Portland

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought Not to Pass on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    ROSEN of Hancock

            Representatives:
                                    COREY of Windham
                                    GERRISH of Lebanon
                                    HERRICK of Paris
                                    MAREAN of Hollis

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            (6-5)  Majority Report of the Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-482) on Bill "An Act To Improve Care Provided to Forensic Patients" (EMERGENCY)

(H.P. 120)  (L.D. 162)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    CHIPMAN of Cumberland

            Representatives:
                                    HYMANSON of York
                                    DENNO of Cumberland
                                    HAMANN of South Portland
                                    MADIGAN of Waterville
                                    PARKER of South Berwick
                                    PERRY of Calais

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought Not to Pass on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    BRAKEY of Androscoggin
                                    HAMPER of Oxford

            Representatives:
                                    CHACE of Durham
                                    HEAD of Bethel
                                    MALABY of Hancock
                                    SANDERSON of Chelsea

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            (6-6)  Majority Report of the Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES reporting Ought Not to Pass on Bill "An Act To Restrict Cash Access for Electronic Benefit Transfer Cards"

(H.P. 201)  (L.D. 268)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    CHIPMAN of Cumberland

            Representatives:
                                    HYMANSON of York
                                    DENNO of Cumberland
                                    HAMANN of South Portland
                                    MADIGAN of Waterville
                                    PARKER of South Berwick
                                    PERRY of Calais

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-479) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    BRAKEY of Androscoggin
                                    HAMPER of Oxford

            Representatives:
                                    CHACE of Durham
                                    HEAD of Bethel
                                    MALABY of Hancock
                                    SANDERSON of Chelsea

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            (6-7)  Seven Members of the Committee on CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY report in Report "A" Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-483) on Bill "An Act To Prohibit Female Genital Mutilation"

(H.P. 525)  (L.D. 745)

 

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    ROSEN of Hancock
                                    CYRWAY of Kennebec
                                    DIAMOND of Cumberland

            Representatives:
                                    COREY of Windham
                                    GERRISH of Lebanon
                                    HERRICK of Paris
                                    MAREAN of Hollis

            Three Members of the same Committee report in Report "B" Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "B" (H-484) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

 

            Representatives:
                                    GROHMAN of Biddeford
                                    NADEAU of Winslow
                                    TALBOT ROSS of Portland

            Two Members of the same Committee report in Report "C" Ought Not to Pass on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

 

            Representatives:
                                    WARREN of Hallowell
                                    RECKITT of South Portland

            One Member of the same Committee reports in Report "D" Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "C" (H-485) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

 

            Representative:
                                    LONGSTAFF of Waterville

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ENACTORS

 

Mandate

 

            (10-1)  An Act To Support Law Enforcement Officers and First Responders Diagnosed with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

(H.P. 597)  (L.D. 848)
(C. "A" H-448)

 

 

            Reported by the Committee on Engrossed Bills as truly and strictly engrossed.  In accordance with the provisions of Section 21 of Article IX of the Constitution, a two-thirds vote of all the members elected to the House necessary.

 

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Bond Issue

 

            (10-2)  An Act To Authorize a General Fund Bond Issue To Provide Funding for Upgrades of Learning Spaces and Other Projects Funded by the School Revolving Renovation Fund

(H.P. 101)  (L.D. 143)
(C. "A" H-452)

 

 

            Reported by the Committee on Engrossed Bills as truly and strictly engrossed.  In accordance with the provisions of Section 14 of Article IX of the Constitution, a two-thirds vote of the House necessary.

 

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Acts

 

            (10-3)  An Act To Improve the Tax Appeal Process for Maine Businesses and Consumers

(S.P. 198)  (L.D. 583)
(C. "A" S-227)

 

            (10-4)  An Act To Require Mortgage Servicers To Act in Good Faith in Dealings with Homeowners

(S.P. 243)  (L.D. 731)
(C. "A" S-229)

 

            (10-5)  An Act To Clarify the Authority of an Affiliate of a Utility To Own Power Generation outside of the Utility's Territory

(H.P. 536)  (L.D. 756)
(S. "A" S-220 to C. "A" H-314)

 

 

            Reported by the Committee on Engrossed Bills as truly and strictly engrossed.

 

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ORDERS OF THE DAY

HOUSE CALENDAR
TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 2017

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

            The following matters, in the consideration of which the House was engaged at the time of adjournment yesterday, have preference in the Orders of the Day and continue with such preference until disposed of as provided by House Rule 502.

 

 

1.         Expression of Legislative Sentiment Recognizing the DaPonte String Quartet, of Damariscotta

(HLS 357)

 

TABLED - May 11, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative GOLDEN of Lewiston.

PENDING - PASSAGE.

 

 

 

 

 

2.         HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (11) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-147) - Minority (2) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY on Bill "An Act To Require A Person To Notify Law Enforcement Officers of the Possession of a Hypodermic Needle"

(H.P. 716)  (L.D. 1014)

 

TABLED - May 16, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HERBIG of Belfast.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

3.         SENATE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought to Pass - Minority (6) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Bill "An Act To Protect Worker Wages and Benefits"

(S.P. 35)  (L.D. 86)

 

- In Senate, Majority OUGHT TO PASS Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY SENATE AMENDMENT "A" (S-100).

TABLED - May 18, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FECTEAU of Biddeford.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

4.         SENATE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (10) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-130) - Minority (3) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY on Bill "An Act To Amend the Laws Governing Eluding an Officer"

(S.P. 361)  (L.D. 1090)

 

- In Senate, Majority OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (S-130).

TABLED - May 24, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FREDETTE of Newport.

PENDING - Motion of Representative WARREN of Hallowell to ACCEPT the Minority OUGHT NOT TO PASS Report. (Roll Call Ordered)

 

 

 

 

 

5.         HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought Not to Pass - Minority (6) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-269) - Committee on VETERANS AND LEGAL AFFAIRS on Bill "An Act To Require Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates To Disclose Their Federal Income Tax Returns"

(H.P. 980)  (L.D. 1422)

 

TABLED - May 25, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative LUCHINI of Ellsworth.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

6.         HOUSE REPORT - Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-321) - Committee on INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE on Bill "An Act To Ensure the Continuation of the Landowner Relations Program"

(H.P. 965)  (L.D. 1391)

 

TABLED - May 31, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HERBIG of Belfast.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF COMMITTEE REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

7.         Bill "An Act To Protect the Integrity of Maine Elections by Requiring Photographic Identification for the Purpose of Voting"

(H.P. 1122)  (L.D. 1627)

 

(Committee on VETERANS AND LEGAL AFFAIRS suggested)

TABLED - June 1, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HERBIG of Belfast.

PENDING - REFERENCE.

 

 

 

 

 

8.         HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought Not to Pass - Minority (6) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-356) - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Bill "An Act To Eliminate the Indexing of the Minimum Wage to Inflation"

(H.P. 558)  (L.D. 778)

 

TABLED - June 1, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FECTEAU of Biddeford.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

9.         HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Report "A" (7) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-401) - Report "B" (5) Ought Not to Pass - Report "C" (1) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "B" (H-402) - Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES on Bill "An Act To Reduce Child Poverty by Leveraging Investments in Families Today"

(H.P. 1014)  (L.D. 1475)

 

TABLED - June 5, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HYMANSON of York.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF ANY REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

10.       HOUSE REPORT - Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-389) - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Bill "An Act To Increase Fines for Certain Wage and Benefits Violations"

(H.P. 705)  (L.D. 1004)

 

TABLED - June 5, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FREDETTE of Newport.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF COMMITTEE REPORT. (Roll Call Ordered)

 

 

 

 

 

11.       Bill "An Act To Repeal the Law Permitting Advance Deposit Wagering"

(S.P. 581)  (L.D. 1631)

 

- In Senate, REFERRED to the Committee on VETERANS AND LEGAL AFFAIRS.

TABLED - June 5, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HERBIG of Belfast.

PENDING - REFERENCE IN CONCURRENCE.

 

 

 

 

 

12.       SENATE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-190) - Minority (6) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Resolve, To Establish the Commission To Study the Phase-out of Subminimum Wage

(S.P. 371)  (L.D. 1117)

 

- In Senate, Minority OUGHT NOT TO PASS Report READ and ACCEPTED.

TABLED - June 6, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FECTEAU of Biddeford.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

13.       HOUSE REPORT - Refer to the Committee on JUDICIARY pursuant to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 1, section 411, subsection 6, paragraph G - Committee on JUDICIARY on Bill "An Act Concerning Private Personal Information of Public Employees and Licensed Individuals"

(H.P. 1126)  (L.D. 1633)

 

TABLED - June 7, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative MOONEN of Portland.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF COMMITTEE REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

14.       HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-428) - Minority (6) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Bill "An Act Regarding the Maine Length of Service Award Program Board of Trustees"

(H.P. 866)  (L.D. 1243)

 

TABLED - June 7, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FECTEAU of Biddeford.

PENDING - Motion of same Representative to ACCEPT the Majority OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report.

 

 

 

 

 

15.       HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (8) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-220) - Minority (4) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY on Bill "An Act To Increase the Penalty for Aggravated Sex Trafficking"

(H.P. 183)  (L.D. 250)

 

TABLED - June 7, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative GOLDEN of Lewiston.

PENDING - Motion of Representative WARREN of Hallowell to ACCEPT the Minority OUGHT NOT TO PASS Report. (Roll Call Ordered)

 

 

 

 

 

16.       SENATE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (11) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-209) - Minority (2) Ought Not to Pass - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Bill "An Act To Restore the Tip Credit to Maine's Minimum Wage Law"

(S.P. 235)  (L.D. 673)

 

- In Senate, Majority OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (S-209).

TABLED - June 8, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FECTEAU of Biddeford.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

17.       SENATE REPORT - Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-202) - Committee on AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY on Bill "An Act To Implement the Recommendations of the Commission To Study the Public Reserved Lands Management Fund"

(S.P. 201)  (L.D. 586)

 

- In Senate, Unanimous OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (S-202).

TABLED - June 8, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative GOLDEN of Lewiston.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF COMMITTEE REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

18.       HOUSE REPORT - Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-443) - Committee on EDUCATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS on Bill "An Act To Amend the Laws Governing the Process for a Single Municipality To Withdraw from a Regional School Unit"

(H.P. 930)  (L.D. 1336)

 

TABLED - June 8, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative GOLDEN of Lewiston.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF COMMITTEE REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

19.       Expression of Legislative Sentiment Recognizing the Orono High School Girls Track Team

(HLS 526)

 

TABLED - June 9, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative TIPPING of Orono.

PENDING - PASSAGE.

 

 

 

 

 

20.       Expression of Legislative Sentiment Recognizing the Orono High School Boys Track Team

(HLS 527)

 

TABLED - June 9, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative TIPPING of Orono.

PENDING - PASSAGE.

 

 

 

 

 

21.       Resolve, To Assess the Need for Mental Health Care Services for Veterans in Maine and To Establish a Pilot Program To Provide Case Management Services to Veterans for Mental Health Care

(H.P. 853)  (L.D. 1231)
(C. "A" H-407)

 

TABLED - June 9, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative GOLDEN of Lewiston.

PENDING - FINAL PASSAGE.

 

 

 

 

 

22.       Bill "An Act To Promote Workforce Participation" (EMERGENCY)

(H.P. 344)  (L.D. 481)

 

- In House, Majority (7) OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report of the Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (H-326) on June 7, 2017.

- In Senate, Minority (6) OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report of the Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "B" (H-327) in NON-CONCURRENCE.

TABLED - June 12, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative GOLDEN of Lewiston.

PENDING - FURTHER CONSIDERATION.

 

 

 

 

 

23.       Bill "An Act To Amend the Laws Governing the Practice of Pharmacy"

(S.P. 187)  (L.D. 572)

 

- In House, Majority (7) OUGHT NOT TO PASS Report of the Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT READ and ACCEPTED on May 31, 2017.

- In Senate, Senate INSISTED on its former action whereby the Minority (6) OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report of the Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT was READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (S-124) in NON-CONCURRENCE.

TABLED - June 12, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HERBIG of Belfast.

PENDING - FURTHER CONSIDERATION.

 

 

 

 

 

24.       HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought Not to Pass - Minority (6) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-476) - Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES on Bill "An Act To Facilitate Substance Abuse Treatment for Certain Applicants for and Recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Benefits"

(H.P. 1111)  (L.D. 1615)

 

TABLED - June 12, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative HYMANSON of York.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

25.       HOUSE DIVIDED REPORT - Majority (7) Ought Not to Pass - Minority (6) Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-466) - Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT on Bill "An Act To Ensure the Right To Work without Payment of Dues or Fees to a Labor Union as a Condition of Employment"

(H.P. 52)  (L.D. 65)

 

TABLED - June 12, 2017 (Till Later Today) by Representative FECTEAU of Biddeford.

PENDING - ACCEPTANCE OF EITHER REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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STATUTORY ADJOURNMENT DATE June 21, 2017

 

State of Maine
House of Representatives
128th Legislature
First Regular Session
HOUSE ADVANCE JOURNAL AND CALENDAR

http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/house/hcalfr.htm

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

SUPPLEMENT NO. 4

 

 

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

First Day

 

            In accordance with House Rule 519, the following items appeared on the Consent Calendar for the First Day:

 

            (7-1)  (S.P. 338)  (L.D. 1031) Bill "An Act To Establish Reasonable and Clinically Appropriate Exceptions to Opioid Medication Prescribing Limits" (EMERGENCY)  Committee on HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-242)

 

            (7-2)  (S.P. 485)  (L.D. 1407) Bill "An Act Regarding Prescription Drug Step Therapy"  Committee on INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-245)

 

            (7-3)  (S.P. 553)  (L.D. 1575) Bill "An Act To Update the Statutes Governing the Bureau of Labor Standards To Promote Clarity for Workers and Employers"  Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-252)

 

            (7-4)  (H.P. 273)  (L.D. 367) Bill "An Act To Implement the Recommendations of the Government Oversight Committee To Develop a Long-range Strategic Plan for Economic Improvement in the State"  Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-493)

 

            (7-5)  (H.P. 840)  (L.D. 1204) Bill "An Act Regarding Absentee Voting by Residents of Nursing Homes and Other Residential Care Facilities"  Committee on VETERANS AND LEGAL AFFAIRS reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (H-494)

 

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State of Maine
House of Representatives
128th Legislature
First Regular Session
HOUSE ADVANCE JOURNAL AND CALENDAR

http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/house/hcalfr.htm

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

SUPPLEMENT NO. 5

 

ENACTORS

 

Emergency Measure

 

            (10-1)  Resolve, To Establish the Commission To Create a Plan To Enhance the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the Probate Court System

(S.P. 423)  (L.D. 1260)
(C. "A" S-231)

 

 

            Reported by the Committee on Engrossed Bills as truly and strictly engrossed.  This being an emergency measure, a two-thirds vote of all the members elected to the House necessary.

 

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Acts

 

            (10-2)  An Act To Encourage Maine Consumers To Comparison-shop for Certain Health Care Procedures and To Lower Health Care Costs

(S.P. 147)  (L.D. 445)
(C. "A" S-236)

 

            (10-3)  An Act To Simplify the Licensing Process for Off-site Catering

(S.P. 538)  (L.D. 1543)
(C. "A" S-234)

 

            (10-4)  An Act To Promote Workforce Education Attainment

(S.P. 589)  (L.D. 1638)

 

 

            Reported by the Committee on Engrossed Bills as truly and strictly engrossed.

 

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State of Maine
House of Representatives
128th Legislature
First Regular Session
HOUSE ADVANCE JOURNAL AND CALENDAR

http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/house/hcalfr.htm

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

SUPPLEMENT NO. 8

 

SENATE PAPERS

 

Non-Concurrent Matter

 

 

            (1-1)  Bill "An Act Making Unified Appropriations and Allocations for the Expenditures of State Government, General Fund and Other Funds and Changing Certain Provisions of the Law Necessary to the Proper Operations of State Government for the Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 2018 and June 30, 2019" (EMERGENCY)

(H.P. 281)  (L.D. 390)

 

            Report "A" (6) OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED of the Committee on APPROPRIATIONS AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (H-473) in the House on June 12, 2017.

 

            Comes from the Senate with Report "C" (2) OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED of the Committee on APPROPRIATIONS AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "C" (H-475) in NON-CONCURRENCE.

 

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State of Maine
House of Representatives
128th Legislature
First Regular Session
HOUSE ADVANCE JOURNAL AND CALENDAR

http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/house/hcalfr.htm

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

SUPPLEMENT NO. 11

 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEE

 

Divided Report

 

            (6-1)  Majority Report of the Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-248) on Bill "An Act To Establish a Minimum Wage for Minors"

(S.P. 330)  (L.D. 991)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    BELLOWS of Kennebec

            Representatives:
                                    FECTEAU of Biddeford
                                    BATES of Westbrook
                                    DUNPHY of Old Town
                                    HANDY of Lewiston
                                    MASTRACCIO of Sanford
                                    SYLVESTER of Portland

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "B" (S-249) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    VOLK of Cumberland
                                    LANGLEY of Hancock

            Representatives:
                                    AUSTIN of Gray
                                    LOCKMAN of Amherst
                                    STETKIS of Canaan
                                    VACHON of Scarborough

            Comes from the Senate with the Minority OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "B" (S-249).

 

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State of Maine
House of Representatives
128th Legislature
First Regular Session
HOUSE ADVANCE JOURNAL AND CALENDAR

http://legislature.maine.gov/legis/house/hcalfr.htm

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

SUPPLEMENT NO. 14

 

REPORTS OF COMMITTEE

 

Divided Report

 

            (6-1)  Majority Report of the Committee on LABOR, COMMERCE, RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT reporting Ought Not to Pass on Bill "An Act To Support Maine's Employers and Encourage Employers To Hire Young Workers"

(S.P. 565)  (L.D. 1609)

            Signed:

            Senator:
                                    BELLOWS of Kennebec

            Representatives:
                                    FECTEAU of Biddeford
                                    BATES of Westbrook
                                    DUNPHY of Old Town
                                    HANDY of Lewiston
                                    MASTRACCIO of Sanford
                                    SYLVESTER of Portland

            Minority Report of the same Committee reporting Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee Amendment "A" (S-246) on same Bill.

 

            Signed:

            Senators:
                                    VOLK of Cumberland
                                    LANGLEY of Hancock

            Representatives:
                                    AUSTIN of Gray
                                    LOCKMAN of Amherst
                                    STETKIS of Canaan
                                    VACHON of Scarborough

            Comes from the Senate with the Minority OUGHT TO PASS AS AMENDED Report READ and ACCEPTED and the Bill PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT "A" (S-246).

 

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