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125th Maine Legislature, First Regular Session

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Legislature
125th
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HP 33
LD #
40

RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce the Size of the House of Representatives

Documents and DispositionLD 40, HP 33Text
LD 40
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Final DispositionDied Between Houses, May 31, 2011

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Amendments to LD 40Adopted by SenateC-A (H-198)
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Sponsored By SEN Courtney of YorkS-B (S-159)
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Sponsored By SEN Dill of CumberlandS-A (S-158)
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Sponsored By SEN Dill of Cumberland, Adopted by SenateS-C (S-169)
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on State and Local Government on Jan 12, 2011.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, May 6, 2011
Latest Committee Report: May 6, 2011, MAJ: Ought Not To Pass, MIN: Ought To Pass As Amended

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
May 2, 2011Work Session Held 
May 2, 2011VotedDivided Report
May 6, 2011Reported OutONTP/OTP-AM

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Divided Reports
ReportReport Signer
MAJ,
Ought Not To Pass
Senator Thomas of Somerset, Chair
Representative Cotta of China, Chair
Senator Collins of York
Senator Sullivan of York
Representative Boland of Sanford
Representative Casavant of Biddeford
Representative Graham of North Yarmouth
Representative Moulton of York
Representative Turner of Burlington
MIN,
Ought To Pass As Amended
Representative Bolduc of Auburn
Representative Harvell of Farmington
Representative Kaenrath of South Portland
Bill Sponsors

Presented by Representative Harvell of Farmington.
Cosponsored by Representative Beck of Waterville and
Representatives Bennett of Kennebunk, Bickford of Auburn, Cotta of China, Kaenrath of South Portland, O'Connor of Berwick, Parry of Arundel, Sanderson of Chelsea, Sirocki of Scarborough, Willette of Presque Isle.

Affected Statute Titles and Sections

None listed at this time.

House Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Jan 11, 2011Referred to CommitteeREFERRED TO COMMITTEE SLG - PREVAILS     
Jan 12, 2011IntroducedINTRODUCED - PREVAILS     
May 11, 2011Tabled PendingTABLED PENDING ACC MAJ (ONTP) REP; LAT - PREVAILS     
May 11, 2011Unfinished BusinessUNFINISHED BUSINESS - PREVAILS     
May 23, 2011Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT MAJ (ONTP) REP - PREVAILS72Y80628
May 31, 2011Insisted OnINSISTED ON ACC MAJ (ONTP) REP - PREVAILS     
Senate Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Jan 12, 2011Referred in ConcurrenceREFERRED IN CONCURRENCE SLG - PREVAILS     
May 24, 2011Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT MAJ (ONTP) REP - FAILS97Y13210
May 24, 2011Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT MIN (OTP-AM) REP - PREVAILS     
May 25, 2011Tabled PendingTABLED PENDING ENG AS AM BY CA; LAT - PREVAILS     
May 25, 2011Tabled PendingTABLED PENDING ENG AS AM BY CA; LAT - PREVAILS     
May 25, 2011Unfinished BusinessUNFINISHED BUSINESS - PREVAILS     
May 26, 2011Amendment ProposedAMENDMENT PROPOSED SC - PREVAILS     
May 26, 2011Amendment AdoptedAMENDMENT ADOPTED SC - PREVAILS     
May 26, 2011Amendment AdoptedAMENDMENT ADOPTED CA & SC - PREVAILS     
May 26, 2011Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA & SC - PREVAILS