| Session - 128th Maine Legislature
C "A", Filing Number H-782, Sponsored by
Amend the bill by inserting after the enacting clause and before section 1 the following:
Amend the bill by striking out all of sections 7 to 9 and 24.
Amend the bill in section 35 in the first line (page 15, line 5 in L.D.) by striking out the following: "Sec. 35" and inserting the following: 'Sec. 36'
Amend the bill in section 36 in the first line (page 15, line 9 in L.D.) by striking out the following: "Sec. 36" and inserting the following: 'Sec. 35'
Amend the bill by striking out all of sections 43, 48 to 54, 65, 73, 75, 76 and 78 to 82.
Amend the bill by inserting after section 90 the following:
Sec. B-1. 32 MRSA §2180, sub-§1, as enacted by PL 2017, c. 258, Pt. A, §1, is amended to read:
Sec. B-2. 36 MRSA §191, sub-§2, ¶BBB, as enacted by PL 2015, c. 490, §4, is amended to read:
Sec. C-1. 5 MRSA §1764-A, sub-§2, ¶B, as enacted by PL 2003, c. 497, §1 and affected by §5, is amended to read:
Sec. C-2. 5 MRSA §10004, sub-§5, as enacted by PL 1977, c. 694, §38, is amended to read:
The revocation, suspension or refusal to renew a license for a violation described in this subsection may not continue for more than 30 days; or
Sec. C-3. 20-A MRSA §15908-A, sub-§2, ¶B, as enacted by PL 2003, c. 497, §2 and affected by §5, is amended to read:
Sec. C-4. 20-A MRSA §16101, sub-§2, ¶B, as enacted by PL 1981, c. 693, §§5 and 8, is amended to read:
Sec. C-5. 20-A MRSA §16102, sub-§1, ¶B, as enacted by PL 1981, c. 693, §§5 and 8, is amended to read:
Sec. C-6. 20-A MRSA §16102, sub-§2, ¶B, as enacted by PL 1981, c. 693, §§5 and 8, is amended to read:
Sec. C-7. 22 MRSA §2660-U, as enacted by PL 2017, c. 230, §3, is amended to read:
§ 2660-U. Fees
The Health and Environmental Testing Laboratory established in section 565 shall collect a fee not to exceed $10 from a person or entity ordering a water test for a water sample from a residential private drinking water well. The fees collected must be credited to the Private Well Safe Drinking Water Fund established in section 2660-W and used for the purpose of increasing testing of residential private drinking water wells. The department shall establish by rule a percentage of the fee to be directed toward administrative costs for collecting data from private laboratories. If more than one test of a water sample from the same residential private drinking water well is conducted, the department may waive payment of a fee established under this section for a one-year period. A fee collected under this section is in addition to any fee charged by the department pursuant to section 2602-A, subsection 2.
Sec. C-8. 28-A MRSA §121, sub-§1, as amended by PL 1993, c. 608, §2, is further amended to read:
Sec. C-9. 30-A MRSA §2528, sub-§4, ¶D, as amended by PL 1993, c. 608, §6, is further amended to read:
(1) If an objection is made, the clerk shall immediately notify the candidate affected by it.
(2) The municipal officers shall determine objections arising in the case of nominations. Their decision is final.
Sec. C-10. 30-A MRSA §2528, sub-§6-A, ¶¶A and B, as enacted by PL 1993, c. 608, §8, are amended to read:
Sec. C-11. 34-B MRSA §3805, sub-§3, as enacted by PL 1983, c. 459, §7, is amended to read:
Sec. C-12. PL 2017, c. 88, §39 is repealed.
Sec. C-13. Appropriations and allocations. The following appropriations and allocations are made.
ETHICS AND ELECTION PRACTICES, COMMISSION ON GOVERNMENTAL
Governmental Ethics and Election Practices - Commission on 0414
Initiative: Provides a one-time allocation to correct an error in Public Law 2017, chapter 284, Part ZZZZZZ, section 19 to align allocations with available resources.
|OTHER SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS||2017-18||2018-19|
|OTHER SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS TOTAL||$0||$3,976,470|
Amend the bill by relettering or renumbering any nonconsecutive Part letter or section number to read consecutively.
This amendment deletes sections 7 to 9, 24, 43, 48 to 54, 75, 76, 81 and 82 from the bill because the sections conflict with newly enacted legislation or legislation that is currently pending. This amendment deletes sections 65 and 73 from the bill and includes them in amended form in Part B. This amendment deletes sections 78 to 80 from the bill, which proposed to delete cross-references to the repealed gasoline tax indexing law. This amendment renumbers 2 sections of the bill to place them in the correct statutory order.
Part B of the amendment amends the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 32, section 2180, subsection 1 to clarify that the effective date of the Nurse Licensure Compact in this State is the date of legislative enactment of this compact into law by no fewer than 26 states or December 31, 2018, whichever is earlier. Part B also corrects an additional cross-reference to the tax credit for disability income protection plans in the workplace.
Part C makes the following corrections, which may be considered substantive.
1. Sections 1 and 3 correct cross-references to the Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code.
2. Section 2 corrects a formatting error in the Maine Administrative Procedure Act and makes grammatical changes.
3. Sections 4, 5 and 6 amend the laws governing the condemnation of property for the construction or expansion of school buildings or playgrounds to provide authority to regional school units.
4. Section 7 removes language that the Joint Standing Committee on Health and Human Services intended to remove in the majority committee amendment to L.D. 454 of the First Regular Session of the 128th Legislature, which was enacted by the Legislature.
5. Sections 8, 9 and 10 amend the deadlines for local option petitions, filing written objections to nomination papers or caucus nomination certificates and candidate withdrawals, respectively, to be consistent with a change made in the First Regular Session of the 128th Legislature.
6. Section 11 corrects a clerical error in the involuntary hospitalization statutes.
7. Section 12 removes the application section of Public Law 2017, chapter 88, which refers to benefits paid to disability retirement benefit recipients, because the sections of the public law referenced do not refer to benefits paid.
8. Section 13 provides a new allocation section for the Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices because of an error in Public Law 2017, chapter 284, Part ZZZZZZ, section 19 that resulted in a negative allocation for fiscal year 2018-19. Section 13 provides an allocation of $3,976,470 to result in the correct allocation for fiscal year 2018-19.
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