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124th Maine Legislature, First Regular Session

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Legislature
124th
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SP 384
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1020

An Act To End Discrimination in Civil Marriage and Affirm Religious Freedom

 
Documents and DispositionLD 1020, SP 384Text
LD 1020
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Adopted Amendments C-A (S-109)
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Final DispositionEnacted, May 6, 2009
Governor's Action: Signed, May 6, 2009

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, Chapter 82
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Amendments to LD 1020Adopted by House & SenateC-A (S-109)
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Sponsored By SEN Hastings of OxfordS-A (S-112)
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Sponsored By SEN Mills of SomersetS-B (S-113)
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Sponsored By SEN Mills of SomersetS-C (S-114)
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Sponsored By SEN Mills of SomersetS-D (S-115)
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Sponsored By REP McKane of NewcastleH-A (H-230)
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Judiciary on Mar 17, 2009.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Apr 29, 2009, OTP-AM/ONTP/OTP-AM
Latest Committee Report: Apr 29, 2009, C: Ought To Pass As Amended, B: Ought Not To Pass

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
Apr 28, 2009Work Session Held 
Apr 28, 2009VotedDivided Report
Apr 29, 2009Reported OutOTP-AM/ONTP/OTP-AM

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Divided Reports

No Divided Reports.

Bill Sponsors

Presented by Senator Damon of Hancock.
Cosponsored by Speaker Pingree of North Haven and
Senators Alfond of Cumberland, Bartlett of Cumberland, Bliss of Cumberland, Bowman of York, Brannigan of Cumberland, Gerzofsky of Cumberland, Nutting of Androscoggin, Sullivan of York, Representatives Adams of Portland, Beaudoin of Biddeford, Berry of Bowdoinham, Blodgett of Augusta, Butterfield of Bangor, Cain of Orono, Carey of Lewiston, Cohen of Portland, Connor of Kennebunk, Cornell du Houx of Brunswick, Crockett of Augusta, Dill of Cape Elizabeth, Eaton of Sullivan, Eberle of South Portland, Eves of North Berwick, Flemings of Bar Harbor, Goode of Bangor, Harlow of Portland, Haskell of Portland, Hinck of Portland, Hunt of Buxton, Innes of Yarmouth, Kaenrath of South Portland, Legg of Kennebunk, Lovejoy of Portland, MacDonald of Boothbay, Martin of Orono, McCabe of Skowhegan, Mitchell of Penobscot Nation, Morrison of South Portland, Nelson of Falmouth, O'Brien of Lincolnville, Pendleton of Scarborough, Peoples of Westbrook, Percy of Phippsburg, Perry of Calais, Pilon of Saco, Pratt of Eddington, Priest of Brunswick, Russell of Portland, Sanborn of Gorham, Schatz of Blue Hill, Smith of Monmouth, Soctomah of Passamaquoddy Tribe, Stevens of Bangor, Strang Burgess of Cumberland, Stuckey of Portland, Treat of Hallowell, Trinward of Waterville, Valentino of Saco, Wagner of Lewiston, Watson of Bath, Webster of Freeport, Welsh of Rockport.

Affected Statute Titles and Sections
TitleSectionSubsectionParagraphEffectLaw TypeChapter
19-A650  RPPublic Law82
19-A650-A  NEWPublic Law82
19-A650-B  NEWPublic Law82
19-A6512 AMDPublic Law82
19-A6553 NEWPublic Law82
19-A701  AMDPublic Law82

House Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Mar 17, 2009Referred in ConcurrenceREFERRED IN CONCURRENCE JUD - PREVAILS     
May 5, 2009Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT (OTP-AM) REP A - PREVAILS48Y87613
May 5, 2009Amendment ProposedAMENDMENT PROPOSED HA - PREVAILS     
May 5, 2009Indefinitely PostponedINDEFINITELY POSTPONED HA - PREVAILS49Y85624
May 5, 2009Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA - PREVAILS50 89584
May 5, 2009EnactedENACTED - PREVAILS52 89575
Senate Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Mar 17, 2009IntroducedINTRODUCED - PREVAILS     
Mar 17, 2009Referred to CommitteeREFERRED TO COMMITTEE JUD - PREVAILS     
Apr 30, 2009Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT (OTP-AM) REP A - PREVAILS52 20150
Apr 30, 2009Amendment ProposedAMENDMENT PROPOSED SA - PREVAILS     
Apr 30, 2009Tabled PendingTABLED PENDING ADOPT SA; LAT - PREVAILS     
Apr 30, 2009Amendment AdoptedAMENDMENT ADOPTED ADOPT SA; FAILS - FAILS53 13220
Apr 30, 2009Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA - PREVAILS54 21140
May 6, 2009EnactedENACTED - PREVAILS64 21131