Bills in the 125th Legislature: LD #s 1 - 84

BILLS PRINTED AS OF THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2011

L.D. 1, S.P. 10
An Act To Ensure Regulatory Fairness and Reform. (Presented by President RAYE of Washington)
L.D. 2, S.P. 17
An Act To Allow Farm Wineries To Charge for Wine Tastings. (Presented by Senator LANGLEY of Hancock)
L.D. 3, S.P. 18
An Act To Clarify Joint Tenancy Reinstatement. (Presented by Senator HASTINGS of Oxford)
L.D. 4, S.P. 19
Resolve, To Establish Training Routes for School Bus Drivers. (Presented by Senator THOMAS of Somerset)
L.D. 5, S.P. 20
Resolve, Directing the Department of Transportation To Reopen the Pittsfield Rest Areas and To Plow a Scenic Overlook. (Presented by Senator THOMAS of Somerset)
L.D. 6, S.P. 21
An Act To Provide a Sales Tax Exemption for Bags Provided by Redemption Centers for Returnable Containers. (Presented by Senator TRAHAN of Lincoln)
L.D. 7, S.P. 22
An Act Concerning Taxation of Automobile Manufacturers' Rebates. (Presented by Senator COURTNEY of York)
L.D. 8, S.P. 23
An Act To Increase the Maximum Distance from a School within Which a Sex Offender May Not Reside That May Be Set by Municipal Ordinance. (Presented by Senator COURTNEY of York)
L.D. 9, S.P. 24
An Act To Reduce Income Tax to 4.5% and Remove Low-income Families from Taxation. (Presented by Senator COURTNEY of York)
L.D. 10, S.P. 25
An Act To Clarify the Method of Creating or Severing Joint Tenancy. (Presented by Senator HASTINGS of Oxford)
L.D. 11, S.P. 26
An Act To Regulate the Keeping of Wolf Hybrids. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Senator TRAHAN of Lincoln)
L.D. 12, H.P. 4
Resolve, Regarding Legislative Review of Portions of Chapter 131: The Maine Federal, State and Local Accountability Standards, a Major Substantive Rule of the Department of Education. (EMERGENCY) (Submitted by the Department of Education pursuant to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 5, section 8072.)
L.D. 13, H.P. 5
Resolve, Regarding Legislative Review of Portions of Chapter 316: Long-Term Contracting and Resource Adequacy, a Major Substantive Rule of the Public Utilities Commission. (EMERGENCY) (Submitted by the Public Utilities Commission pursuant to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 5, section 8072.)
L.D. 14, H.P. 6
Resolve, Regarding Legislative Review of the Final Repeal of Chapter 270: Adjustment of Volume Fees, a Major Substantive Rule of the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation. (EMERGENCY) (Submitted by the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation pursuant to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 5, section 8072.)
L.D. 15, H.P. 7
Resolve, Regarding Legislative Review of Chapter 285: Adjustment of Non-bank Mortgage Lending Fees, a Major Substantive Rule of the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation. (EMERGENCY) (Submitted by the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation pursuant to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 5, section 8072.)
L.D. 16, H.P. 8
An Act To Revise Notification Requirements for Pesticides Applications Using Aircraft or Air-carrier Equipment. (Presented by Representative TIMBERLAKE of Turner)
L.D. 17, H.P. 9
An Act To Reform the Land Use and Planning Authority within the Unorganized Territories of the State. (Presented by Representative DAVIS of Sangerville)
L.D. 18, H.P. 10
An Act To Extend the School Year. (Presented by Representative EDGECOMB of Caribou)
L.D. 19, H.P. 11
An Act To Change the Annual Meeting Date and Fiscal Year of Mount Desert Island Regional School District. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative FLEMINGS of Bar Harbor)
L.D. 20, H.P. 12
An Act Designating March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative BRIGGS of Mexico)
L.D. 21, H.P. 13
An Act To Exempt from the Sales Tax Meals Provided at Retirement Facilities. (Presented by Representative McKANE of Newcastle)

L.D. 22, H.P. 14
An Act To Improve the Maine Seed Capital Tax Credit. (Presented by Representative VALENTINO of Saco)
L.D. 23, H.P. 15
An Act To Authorize the Inclusion of Information Regarding Blood Type on Driver's Licenses. (Presented by Representative DAVIS of Sangerville)
L.D. 24, H.P. 16
Resolve, To Name Part of Route 2 in the Town of Lincoln and the Town of Winn the Master Sergeant Gary Gordon Highway. (Presented by Representative GIFFORD of Lincoln)
L.D. 25, H.P. 17
An Act To Allow the Registration of a Bus as an Antique Vehicle. (Presented by Representative STRANG BURGESS of Cumberland)
L.D. 26, H.P. 18
Resolve, To Name a Bridge over the Kennebec River between the Town of Benton and the Town of Fairfield the Brian L. Buker/Frank W. Haskell Medal of Honor Bridge. (Presented by Representative COTTA of China)
L.D. 27, H.P. 19
An Act Concerning Maine Veterans License Plates. (Presented by Representative McKANE of Newcastle)
L.D. 28, H.P. 20
Resolve, To Improve Access to Employment Opportunities for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities and Autistic Disorders. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative FLOOD of Winthrop)
L.D. 29, H.P. 21
An Act To Limit Salaries of Hospital Administrators. (Presented by Representative BOLDUC of Auburn)
L.D. 30, H.P. 22
An Act To Clarify the Laws Governing Non-compete Clauses in Broadcast Industry Contracts. (Presented by Representative BRYANT of Windham)
L.D. 31, H.P. 24
An Act To Protect the Safety of Maine Children by Requiring the Express Consent of a Legal Guardian To Dispense Prescription Medication to a Minor. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 32, H.P. 25
An Act To Require an Independent Audit of State Government Every 4 Years. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 33, H.P. 26
An Act To Prohibit Constitutional Officers from Endorsing Candidates for the Legislature. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 34, H.P. 27
An Act To Require Candidates for Public Office To Provide Proof of Citizenship. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 35, H.P. 28
An Act Relating to Concealed Firearms Locked in Vehicles. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 36, H.P. 29
Resolve, To Deauthorize the Naming of the Bridge over Pattagumpus Stream. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative CLARK of Millinocket)
L.D. 37, H.P. 30
An Act To Amend the Deferred Disposition Law As It Pertains to Sex Offenses. (Presented by Representative HASKELL of Portland)
L.D. 38, H.P. 31
An Act To Allow Holders of Junior Hunting Licenses To Take Antlerless Deer. (Presented by Representative HARVELL of Farmington)
L.D. 39, H.P. 32
An Act Related to Family Law Magistrates. (Presented by Representative BRYANT of Windham)
L.D. 40, H.P. 33
RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce the Size of the House of Representatives. (Presented by Representative HARVELL of Farmington)
L.D. 41, H.P. 34
An Act To Amend the Laws Governing the Maine Potato Board. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative EDGECOMB of Caribou)
L.D. 42, H.P. 35
An Act Regarding the Tax on Fuel Used for Commercial Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry. (Presented by Representative EDGECOMB of Caribou)
L.D. 43, H.P. 36
An Act To Repeal the Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code. (Presented by Representative HARVELL of Farmington)
L.D. 44, H.P. 37
An Act To Increase Potential Criminal Penalties for the Possession of Cocaine and Cocaine Base. (Presented by Representative PLUMMER of Windham)
L.D. 45, H.P. 38
An Act To Allow Marriage and Family Therapists To Serve as Mental Health Professionals in Public Schools. (Presented by Representative EVES of North Berwick)
L.D. 46, H.P. 39
An Act To Allow Marriage and Family Therapists To Serve as Mental Health Professionals in the Civil Service System. (Presented by Representative EVES of North Berwick)
L.D. 47, H.P. 40
An Act To Amend the Laws Governing Access to State and State Aid Highways To Allow a Break in a Control of Access. (Presented by Representative PEOPLES of Westbrook)
L.D. 48, H.P. 41
An Act To Require Oral Disclosure of the Cost of Certain Public Telephone Calls. (Presented by Representative FLOOD of Winthrop)
L.D. 49, H.P. 42
An Act To Allow Storage of Lobster Traps on Docks. (Presented by Representative McKANE of Newcastle)
L.D. 50, H.P. 43
An Act To Allow Provisional Drivers To Transport Persons under Guardianship and Children of Active Military Personnel. (Presented by Representative FLOOD of Winthrop)
L.D. 51, H.P. 44
An Act Regarding Access to Sexually Explicit Material. (Presented by Representative HASKELL of Portland)
L.D. 52, H.P. 45
An Act To Dedicate a Percentage of the Sales and Use Tax on Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Parts to the Highway Fund. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 53, H.P. 46
An Act To Extend Fair Trade Practice to Automobile Rentals Provided When Insured Automobiles Are Damaged. (Presented by Representative BEAULIEU of Auburn)
L.D. 54, H.P. 47
An Act To Revise the Law Regarding Vehicle Turning and Signals. (Presented by Representative SHAW of Standish)
L.D. 55, H.P. 48
An Act To Restore Hunting Rights in the Katahdin Lake Region. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative DAVIS of Sangerville)
L.D. 56, H.P. 49
An Act To Allow the Owner of Waterfront Property To Fish That Body of Water without a Fishing License. (Presented by Representative RIOUX of Winterport)
L.D. 57, H.P. 50
Resolve, To Update the Study Regarding the Feasibility of Establishing a Single-payor Health Care System. (Presented by Representative BEAUDOIN of Biddeford)
L.D. 58, H.P. 51
An Act To Prohibit Enforcement of the Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. (Presented by Representative CEBRA of Naples)
L.D. 59, H.P. 52
An Act To Provide Sales Tax Exemption or Refund on Parts and Supplies Purchased To Operate Windjammers. (Presented by Representative MAZUREK of Rockland)
L.D. 60, H.P. 53
An Act To Extend Coverage under the State's Mini-COBRA Law. (Presented by Representative LOVEJOY of Portland)
L.D. 61, S.P. 34
An Act Implementing a Fisheries Permit Banking Program. (Presented by Senator RECTOR of Knox)
L.D. 62, S.P. 35
An Act Relating to the State Bid Process. (Presented by Senator THOMAS of Somerset)
L.D. 63, S.P. 36
An Act To Authorize a General Fund Bond Issue To Repair the Mountain Division Rail Line. (Presented by Senator DIAMOND of Cumberland)
L.D. 64, S.P. 37
An Act To Make a Violation of the Laws Governing Seat Belts a Secondary Offense. (Presented by Senator COLLINS of York)
L.D. 65, S.P. 39
Resolve, To Require Dementia Care Training in Long-term Care Facilities, Adult Day Care Programs, Certain Residential Care Facilities and Supported Living Arrangements. (Presented by Senator CRAVEN of Androscoggin)
L.D. 66, H.P. 54
An Act To Amend the Laws Governing the Capital Reserve Funds of the Maine Educational Loan Authority. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative MAKER of Calais)
L.D. 67, H.P. 55
An Act Relating to Standardbred Horse Breeding. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative CRAY of Palmyra)
L.D. 68, H.P. 56
Resolve, Directing the Public Utilities Commission To Examine the Purchase of Low-cost Electric Power from Quebec. (Presented by Representative BOLDUC of Auburn)
L.D. 69, H.P. 57
An Act To Restore the Historical Town Boundary between Harpswell and Brunswick. (Presented by Representative OLSEN of Phippsburg)
L.D. 70, H.P. 58
An Act To Include Independent Practice Dental Hygienists in MaineCare. (Presented by Representative RICHARDSON of Warren)
L.D. 71, H.P. 59
An Act To Designate the Whoopie Pie as the State Dessert. (Presented by Representative DAVIS of Sangerville)
L.D. 72, H.P. 60
An Act To Require State Agencies To Give Priority to State Armories When Renting Space for Meetings. (Presented by Representative CROCKETT of Bethel)
L.D. 73, H.P. 61
An Act To Establish a Uniform Deadline for Persons Qualifying as Candidates. (Presented by Representative BOLDUC of Auburn)
L.D. 74, H.P. 62
An Act To Impose Liability on a Landlord for Damages Caused by a Tenant's Pet. (Presented by Representative WOOD of Sabattus)
L.D. 75, H.P. 63
Resolve, Directing the Department of Health and Human Services To Amend Its Rules Governing Electronic Benefits Transfer Cards. (Presented by Representative WOOD of Sabattus)
L.D. 76, H.P. 64
An Act To Reimburse Philip Wolley for Litigation Expenses Incurred in Connection with His Termination and Reinstatement as a State Employee. (Presented by Representative GILLWAY of Searsport)
L.D. 77, H.P. 65
An Act To Include the Study of Franco-American History in the System of Learning Results. (Presented by Representative BOLDUC of Auburn)
L.D. 78, H.P. 66
An Act To Allow Antlerless Deer Permits To Be Transferred to Family Members. (Presented by Representative KNIGHT of Livermore Falls)
L.D. 79, H.P. 67
An Act To Base the Excise Tax on Vehicles on a Percentage of the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. (Presented by Representative KNIGHT of Livermore Falls)
L.D. 80, H.P. 68
An Act Regarding Maine Clean Election Act Funds for a Candidate without a Primary Opponent. (Presented by Representative KNIGHT of Livermore Falls)
L.D. 81, H.P. 69
An Act To Change the Name of Township 3, Range 9, NWP, to Cedar Lake Township. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative CLARK of Millinocket)
L.D. 82, H.P. 70
An Act To Amend the Laws Governing County Jail Budgeting for York County. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative MOULTON of York)
L.D. 83, H.P. 71
An Act To Legalize the Sale, Possession and Use of Fireworks. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative DAMON of Bangor)
L.D. 84, H.P. 72
An Act To Improve the Sewer District Rate Collection Procedures. (EMERGENCY) (Presented by Representative FITTS of Pittsfield)