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128th Maine Legislature, First Regular Session

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Legislature
128th
Paper
SP 62
LD #
216

Resolve, Directing the Department of Transportation To Erect Signs on Interstate 95 Directing Motorists to Lincoln

Documents and DispositionLD 216, SP 62Text
LD 216
SP 62
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Fiscal Status
Not Yet Determined

Final DispositionOught Not to Pass Pursuant To Joint Rule 310, Apr 13, 2017

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Amendments to LD 216

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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Transportation on Jan 26, 2017.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Apr 6, 2017, ONTP
Latest Committee Report: Apr 6, 2017, Ought Not To Pass

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
Feb 28, 2017Work Session HeldTABLED
Apr 4, 2017Work Session Held 
Apr 4, 2017VotedONTP
Apr 6, 2017Reported OutONTP

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Divided Reports

No Divided Reports.

Bill Sponsors

Presented by Senator Rosen of Hancock.
Cosponsored by Representative Hanington of Lincoln and
Senator Carpenter of Aroostook, Representatives Dunphy of Old Town, Sherman of Hodgdon, Turner of Burlington.

Affected Statute Titles and Sections

None listed at this time.

House Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Jan 26, 2017Referred in ConcurrenceREFERRED IN CONCURRENCE TRA - PREVAILS     
Apr 13, 2017Pursuant to Joint Rule 310PURSUANT TO JOINT RULE 310 ONTP - PREVAILS     
Senate Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Jan 26, 2017Referred to CommitteeREFERRED TO COMMITTEE TRA - PREVAILS     
Apr 13, 2017Pursuant to Joint Rule 310PURSUANT TO JOINT RULE 310 ONTP - PREVAILS