LEGISLATIVE REPORT as of Thursday, May 26, 2023

(photo by Eric W. Austin)

Legislative bills submitted by area senators & representatives as of Friday, May 26:

L.D. 1911, H.P. 1227

An Act Concerning Automotive Right to Repair. (Presented by Representative WHITE of Waterville)

L.D. 1917, S.P. 779

RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Implement Ranked-choice Voting for Governor, State Senator and State Representative. (Presented by Senator RENY of Lincoln)

L.D. 1923, S.P. 785

An Act to Provide for Licensing of and Tax Collection from Remote Retail Sellers of Pipe Tobacco and Premium Cigars. (Presented by Senator POULIOT of Kennebec)

L.D. 1925, H.P. 1230

An Act to Clarify and Improve the Laws Relating to the Background Check Center and the Maine Certified Nursing Assistant and Direct Care Worker Registry. (Presented by Representative SHAGOURY of Hallowell)

L.D. 1940, S.P. 789

An Act to Promote Consistent Policies within Growth Management Programs in Order to Increase Food Security and Economic Resiliency in Local Communities. (Presented by Senator HICKMAN of Kennebec)

L.D. 1953, H.P. 1255

RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Parental Bill of Rights. (Presented by Representative POIRIER of Skowhegan)

L.D. 1956, H.P. 1258

An Act to Amend the Laws Governing Optometrists. (Presented by Representative POIRIER of Skowhegan)

L.D. 1968, H.P. 1265

An Act to Amend the Membership of the Somerset Woods Trustees. (Presented by Representative DUCHARME of Madison)

L.D. 1980, S.P. 809

An Act to Improve Election Laws and Notarial Laws. (Presented by Senator HICKMAN of Kennebec)

(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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