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126th Maine Legislature, First Regular Session

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Legislature
126th
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HP 428
LD #
609

An Act To Increase Suicide Awareness and Prevention in Maine Public Schools

  (MANDATE)
Documents and DispositionLD 609, HP 428Text
LD 609
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Adopted Amendments C-A (H-86)
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Final DispositionEnacted, Apr 25, 2013
Governor's Action: Signed, Apr 25, 2013

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Amendments to LD 609Adopted by House & SenateC-A (H-86)
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs on Feb 21, 2013.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Apr 19, 2013, OTP-AM
Latest Committee Report: Apr 19, 2013, Ought To Pass As Amended

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
Mar 26, 2013Work Session Held 
Mar 26, 2013VotedOTP-AM
Apr 19, 2013Reported OutOTP-AM

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Divided Reports

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Bill Sponsors

Presented by Representative Gilbert of Jay.
Cosponsored by Senator Millett of Cumberland and
President Alfond of Cumberland, Senators Cain of Penobscot, Dutremble of York, Gerzofsky of Cumberland, Haskell of Cumberland, Jackson of Aroostook, Johnson of Lincoln, Langley of Hancock, Patrick of Oxford, Saviello of Franklin, Tuttle of York, Valentino of York, Representative Ayotte of Caswell, Representatives Bear of Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, Beaudoin of Biddeford, Bennett of Kennebunk, Berry of Bowdoinham, Cassidy of Lubec, Chapman of Brooksville, Chenette of Saco, Chipman of Portland, Cooper of Yarmouth, Cotta of China, Daughtry of Brunswick, Davis of Sangerville, Dickerson of Rockland, Dion of Portland, Dorney of Norridgewock, Dunphy of Embden, Duprey of Hampden, Evangelos of Friendship, Speaker Eves of North Berwick, Farnsworth of Portland, Fowle of Vassalboro, Gattine of Westbrook, Gideon of Freeport, Gifford of Lincoln, Goode of Bangor, Graham of North Yarmouth, Grant of Gardiner, Hamann of South Portland, Harlow of Portland, Harvell of Farmington, Herbig of Belfast, Hickman of Winthrop, Hubbell of Bar Harbor, Johnson of Greenville, Jones of Freedom, Kaenrath of South Portland, Keschl of Belgrade, Knight of Livermore Falls, Kornfield of Bangor, Kruger of Thomaston, Lajoie of Lewiston, Libby of Lewiston, MacDonald of Boothbay, Maker of Calais, Malaby of Hancock, Marks of Pittston, Mason of Topsham, Mastraccio of Sanford, McElwee of Caribou, McLean of Gorham, Monaghan of Cape Elizabeth, Moonen of Portland, Moriarty of Cumberland, Morrison of South Portland, Nadeau of Winslow, Nelson of Falmouth, Newendyke of Litchfield, Nutting of Oakland, Peoples of Westbrook, Plante of Berwick, Pringle of Windham, Rochelo of Biddeford, Russell of Portland, Rykerson of Kittery, Sanborn of Gorham, Saucier of Presque Isle, Saxton of Harpswell, Schneck of Bangor, Sirocki of Scarborough, Soctomah of Passamaquoddy Tribe, Stanley of Medway, Stuckey of Portland, Theriault of Madawaska, Timberlake of Turner, Tipping-Spitz of Orono, Treat of Hallowell, Villa of Harrison, Volk of Scarborough, Welsh of Rockport, Werts of Auburn, Wilson of Augusta, Winchenbach of Waldoboro.

Affected Statute Titles and Sections
TitleSectionSubsectionParagraphEffectLaw TypeChapter
20-A45025-B NEWPublic Law53

House Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Feb 21, 2013Referred to CommitteeREFERRED TO COMMITTEE EDU - PREVAILS     
Apr 23, 2013Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT OTP-AM - PREVAILS     
Apr 23, 2013Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA - PREVAILS     
Apr 25, 2013EnactedENACTED 147-0 - PREVAILS     
Senate Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Feb 21, 2013Referred in ConcurrenceREFERRED IN CONCURRENCE EDU - PREVAILS     
Apr 23, 2013Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT OTP-AM - PREVAILS     
Apr 23, 2013Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA - PREVAILS     
Apr 25, 2013EnactedENACTED 34-0 - PREVAILS53 34nullnull