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129th Maine Legislature, Second Regular Session

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Legislature
129th
Paper
HP 195
LD #
232

Resolve, Directing the Department of Health and Human Services To Review the Progressive Treatment Program and Processes by Which a Person May Be Involuntarily Admitted to a Psychiatric Hospital or Receive Court-ordered Community Treatment

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LD 232
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Adopted Amendments C-A (H-707)
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Final DispositionPocket Veto, Dec 2, 2020
Governor's Action: Pocket Veto, Dec 2, 2020

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Amendments to LD 232Adopted by House & SenateC-A (H-707)
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Health and Human Services on Jan 24, 2019.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Mar 3, 2020, OTP-AM
Latest Committee Report: Mar 3, 2020, Ought To Pass As Amended

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
May 6, 2019Work Session HeldTABLED
May 10, 2019Carry Over Requested 
May 23, 2019Carry Over Approved 
Feb 20, 2020Work Session Held 
Feb 20, 2020VotedOTP-AM
Mar 3, 2020Reported OutOTP-AM

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Divided Reports

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Affected Statute Titles and Sections
TitleSectionSubsectionParagraphEffectLaw TypeChapter
34-B3873-A1 AMD null
34-B3873-A1 AMD null