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125th Maine Legislature, First Regular Session

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Legislature
125th
Paper
HP 708
LD #
964

Resolve, Requiring the Department of Education To Amend Its Rules To Prohibit School Administrative Units from Imposing Unreasonable Restrictions That Impede the Ability of Parents and Evaluators To Observe Students

Documents and DispositionLD 964, HP 708Text
LD 964
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Adopted Amendments Sponsored By: SEN Sherman of Aroostook S-A (S-67)
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Final DispositionFinally Passed, May 23, 2011
Governor's Action: Signed, May 23, 2011

Chaptered LawRESLV
, Chapter 42
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Amendments to LD 964Sponsored By SEN Sherman of Aroostook, Adopted by House & SenateS-A (S-67)
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs on Mar 8, 2011.
Latest Committee Action: Voted, Apr 13, 2011, Ant. Div. Rep.
Latest Committee Report: Apr 13, 2011, MIN: Ought To Pass, MAJ: Ought Not To Pass

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
Apr 12, 2011Work Session Held 
Apr 13, 2011Reported OutONTP/OTP
Apr 13, 2011VotedDivided Report

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Divided Reports
ReportReport Signer
MAJ,
Ought Not To Pass
Senator Langley of Hancock, Chair
Representative Richardson of Carmel, Chair
Senator Mason of Androscoggin
Representative Edgecomb of Caribou
Representative Johnson of Greenville
Representative Maker of Calais
Representative McClellan of Raymond
Representative McFadden of Dennysville
MIN,
Ought To Pass
Senator Alfond of Cumberland
Representative Lovejoy of Portland
Representative Nelson of Falmouth
Representative Rankin of Hiram
Representative Soctomah of Passamaquoddy Tribe
Representative Wagner of Lewiston
Affected Statute Titles and Sections

None listed at this time.