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126th Maine Legislature, First Regular Session

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Legislature
126th
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SP 331
LD #
986

Resolve, To Establish the Commission To Study Long-term Care Facilities

 (EMERGENCY)
Documents and DispositionLD 986, SP 331Text
LD 986
SP 331
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Adopted Amendments C-A (S-201)
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Sponsored By: SEN Goodall of Sagadahoc S-A to C-A (S-325)
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Final DispositionEmergency Finally Passed, Jul 16, 2013
Governor's Action: Emergency Signed, Jul 16, 2013

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, Chapter 78
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Amendments to LD 986Adopted by House & SenateC-A (S-201)
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Sponsored By SEN Goodall of Sagadahoc, Adopted by House & SenateS-A to C-A (S-325)
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Status In Committee

Referred to Committee on Health and Human Services on Mar 12, 2013.
Latest Committee Action: Reported Out, Jun 5, 2013, OTP-AM
Latest Committee Report: Jun 5, 2013, Ought To Pass As Amended

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Committee Docket
DateActionResult
May 10, 2013Work Session Held 
May 10, 2013VotedOTP-AM
Jun 5, 2013Reported OutOTP-AM

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Divided Reports

No Divided Reports.

Bill Sponsors

Presented by Senator Burns of Washington.
Cosponsored by Representative Maker of Calais and
Senators Collins of York, Craven of Androscoggin, Cushing of Penobscot, Jackson of Aroostook, Representatives Long of Sherman, Malaby of Hancock, Nadeau of Fort Kent, Turner of Burlington.

Affected Statute Titles and Sections

None listed at this time.

House Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Mar 12, 2013Referred in ConcurrenceREFERRED IN CONCURRENCE HHS - PREVAILS     
Jun 6, 2013Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT OTP-AM - PREVAILS     
Jun 6, 2013Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA - PREVAILS     
Jun 10, 2013Finally PassedFINALLY PASSED - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Receded and ConcurredRECEDED AND CONCURRED - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA AS AM BY SA THERETO - PREVAILS     
Jul 9, 2013Emergency Finally PassedEMERGENCY FINALLY PASSED 124-17 - PREVAILS     
Senate Docket
DateActionResultRoll CallDebateYeaNayAbs
Mar 12, 2013Referred to CommitteeREFERRED TO COMMITTEE HHS - PREVAILS     
Jun 6, 2013Accepted ReportACCEPTED REPORT OTP-AM - PREVAILS     
Jun 6, 2013Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA - PREVAILS     
Jun 10, 2013Placed on Study TablePLACED ON STUDY TABLE - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Removed from TableREMOVED FROM TABLE - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013ReconsideredRECONSIDERED ENG AS AM BY CA - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013ReconsideredRECONSIDERED ADOPT CA - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Amendment ProposedAMENDMENT PROPOSED SA TO CA - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Amendment AdoptedAMENDMENT ADOPTED SA TO CA - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Amendment AdoptedAMENDMENT ADOPTED CA AS AM BY SA THERETO - PREVAILS     
Jun 27, 2013Engrossed as Amended ByENGROSSED AS AMENDED BY CA AS AM BY SA THERETO - PREVAILS     
Jul 9, 2013Emergency Finally PassedEMERGENCY FINALLY PASSED 33-0 - PREVAILS