Legislative bills submitted by area senator & representatives as of Friday, March 3, 2023.
L.D. 899, H.P. 555
An Act to Authorize Vaccine Administration by Pharmacy Technicians and Reduce Vaccine Administration Training Requirements for Pharmacists. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative NUTTING of Oakland)
L.D. 900, H.P. 556
An Act to Modernize the State Motor Vehicle Inspection Program. (Presented by Representative WHITE of Waterville)
L.D. 902, H.P. 558
An Act to Repeal So-called MaineCare Expansion. (Presented by Representative LEMELIN of Chelsea)
L.D. 906, H.P. 562
An Act to Ensure Physicians Receive Full Diagnostic Test Data Concerning Tick-borne Diseases. (Presented by Representative SHAGOURY of Hallowell)
L.D. 915, H.P. 571
Resolve, to Establish the Blue Ribbon Commission to Study the Organization of and Service Delivery by the Department of Health and Human Services. (Presented by Representative SHAGOURY of Hallowell)
L.D. 948, H.P. 595
An Act to Create a Liaison Position Between the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services on Early Childhood Education Matters. (Presented by Representative COLLAMORE of Pittsfield)
L.D. 950, H.P. 597
An Act to Define “Kickboxing” and “Muay Thai” in the Laws Governing Mixed Martial Arts and Boxing. (Presented by Representative COLLAMORE of Pittsfield)
L.D. 960, H.P. 607
An Act Regarding the Limits on Civil Remedies Available Under the Maine Human Rights Act. (Presented by Representative BRADSTREET of Vassalboro)
L.D. 985, S.P. 404
Resolve, to Require the Department of Health and Human Services to Provide Additional Reimbursement to Maine Veterans’ Homes. (Presented by Senator FARRIN of Somerset)
L.D. 986, S.P. 405
An Act to Ensure Safer Communities by Increasing the Punishment for Crimes Involving Fentanyl. (Presented by Senator FARRIN of Somerset)
(Copies of the Bills may be obtained from the Document Room, First Floor, State House, Augusta, Maine 04333-0002 – Ph: 207-287-1408. Bill text, bill status and roll call information are available on the Internet at http://legislature.maine.gov/LawMakerWeb/search.asp. The Weekly Legislative Report is also available on the Internet at the House home page at http://legislature.maine.gov/house/house/ under the “Documents” tab.)
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