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LEGISLATIVE REPORT

From Millicent M. MacFarland, Clerk of the House
State House, Augusta, Maine

Volume XXXII, No. 9

Monday, February 27, 2006

122ND LEGISLATURE

SECOND REGULAR SESSION

BILLS ENACTED

Public Laws

Signed by the Governor
Friday, February 17, 2006

Ch. 470 - An Act To Prevent the Introduction of Pathogens into the State That Threaten the Health of Maine's Fish and Wildlife Resources. (EMERGENCY) (H.P. 1272, L.D. 1832)

Ch. 471 - An Act To Extend Tuition Waivers to Persons Who Have Resided in Subsidized Adoptive Care or Who Have Subsidized Guardians. (S.P. 672, L.D. 1755)

Signed by the Governor
Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Ch. 472 - An Act To Amend the Laws Governing Ferry Service Travel for Individuals with Catastrophic Illness. (EMERGENCY) (S.P. 655, L.D. 1738)

Signed by the Governor
Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Ch. 473 - An Act Regarding Licensure Requirements for Nurses. (S.P. 669, L.D. 1752) (Governor's Bill)

Ch. 474 - An Act To Address Emergency Licensure Procedures. (S.P. 673, L.D. 1756)

Ch. 475 - An Act To Amend the Debt Collection Law. (S.P. 721, L.D. 1804)

Chaptered copies of the above measures may be obtained from the Engrossing Department, Room 106, State House, 7 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0007, Ph. 207-287-1649.

BILLS PRINTED AS OF FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2006

L.D. 2019, H.P. 1420
An Act To Amend the Charter of the Kennebunk Light and Power District. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative BABBIDGE of Kennebunk)

L.D. 2020, H.P. 1421
An Act Relating to Elver Fishing. (EMERGENCY) (Submitted by the Joint Standing Committee on Marine Resources pursuant to Joint Order 2005, H.P. 1414.)

L.D. 2021, H.P. 1422
An Act To Clarify the Uninsured Motorist Laws. (Submitted by the Joint Standing Committee on Insurance and Financial Services pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 100.)

L.D. 2022, H.P. 1423
An Act To Implement Recommendations of the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages Concerning Subsidized Child Care. (Submitted by the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 128.)

L.D. 2023, H.P. 1424
An Act To Implement Recommendations of the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages Concerning the Definition of a Liveable Wage. (Submitted by the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 128.)

L.D. 2024, H.P. 1425
An Act To Implement Recommendations of the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages Concerning the State Contracting Process. (Submitted by the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 128.)

L.D. 2025, H.P. 1426
An Act To Implement Recommendations of the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages Concerning the Circuit Breaker Program. (Submitted by the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 128.)

L.D. 2026, H.P. 1427
An Act To Implement Recommendations of the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages Concerning Conformity with Federal Tax Laws. (Submitted by the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 128.)

L.D. 2027, H.P. 1428
An Act To Implement Recommendations of the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages Concerning the State Earned Income Tax Credit. (Submitted by the Study Commission Regarding Liveable Wages pursuant to Resolve 2005, chapter 128.)

L.D. 2028, S.P. 779
An Act To Establish a Computer Crimes Unit within the Maine State Police Crime Laboratory. (EMERGENCY) (Submitted by the Joint Standing Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety pursuant to Joint Order 2005, S.P. 762.)

Copies of the Bills may be obtained from the Document Room, First Floor, State House, Augusta, Maine 04333-0002 - Ph: 207-287-1408 or by e-mailing a request to webmaster_house@legislature.maine.gov . Please include your mailing address as we can not mail bill text electronically.

Bill text is also available at the Maine Legislature Web Site http://janus.state.me.us/legis - choose "Session Information" to go to the list of available bills. New bills are added every couple of days.

Bill status information is available at http://janus.state.me.us/legis/session.