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128th Maine Legislature, Second Regular Session

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Legislature
128th
Paper
SP 665
LD #
1782

An Act To Provide for In-person Visitation of Incarcerated Persons

 
Documents and DispositionLD 1782, SP 665Text
LD 1782
SP 665
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Fiscal Status
No Fiscal Impact
Fiscal Note PDFFiscal Note

Final DispositionAccepted Majority (ONTP) Report, Mar 20, 2018

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Amendments to LD 1782

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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety on Jan 18, 2018.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Mar 6, 2018, ONTP/OTP
Latest Committee Report: Mar 6, 2018, MAJ: Ought Not To Pass, MIN: Ought To Pass

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
Feb 12, 2018Work Session Held 
Feb 12, 2018VotedDivided Report
Mar 6, 2018Reported OutONTP/OTP

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Divided Reports
ReportReport Signer
MAJ,
Ought Not To Pass
Senator Kimberley Rosen of Hancock, Chair
Representative Charlotte Warren of Hallowell, Chair
Senator Scott Cyrway of Kennebec
Senator Bill Diamond of Cumberland
Representative Patrick Corey of Windham
Representative Karen Gerrish of Lebanon
Representative Martin Grohman of Biddeford
Representative Lloyd Herrick of Paris
Representative Thomas Longstaff of Waterville
Representative Donald Marean of Hollis
Representative Lois Reckitt of South Portland
Representative Rachel Talbot Ross of Portland
MIN,
Ought To Pass
Representative Catherine Nadeau of Winslow
Affected Statute Titles and Sections
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