H.P. 1338 - L.D. 1904
Sec. C-1. 4 MRSA c. 1, sub-c. 1-F is repealed.
Sec. C-2. 5 MRSA §1743, sub-§2, as enacted by PL 2001, c. 271, §1, is amended to read:
2. Competitive bids.
A public improvement contract may be awarded under a system of competitive bidding in accordance with this Part and such other conditions as the Governor may prescribe. The competitive bidding process may be waived in individual cases involving emergency circumstances with the written approval of the director.
Sec. C-3. 10 MRSA §8002, sub-§9, as amended by PL 1999, c. 184, §13, is further amended to read:
Coordinate all administrative processes related to licensing functions of bureaus, offices, boards and commissions within the department, including but not limited to the frequency and form of applications and licenses; and
Sec. C-4. 10 MRSA §8002, sub-§10, as amended by PL 1999, c. 687, Pt. C, §3, is further amended to read:
10. Confidentiality of shared information.
Keep confidential any information provided by or to the commissioner that has been designated confidential by the agency, bureau, board or commission within or affiliated with the department that furnished the information and that is the property of the agency, bureau, board or commission that furnished the information. Any information provided pursuant to this subsection may not be disclosed by the recipient of the information unless disclosure has been authorized by the agency, bureau, board or commission that furnished the information . ; and
Sec. C-5. 10 MRSA §8002, sub-§11 is enacted to read:
11. Report on fees.
By December 1st of each even-numbered year, conduct a review of the fees assessed by the department and provide a written report to the State Budget Officer and the joint standing committees of the Legislature having jurisdiction over appropriations and financial affairs, insurance and financial services matters and business, research and economic development matters identifying any fee changes the commissioner recommends for the next biennium.
Sec. C-6. 17-A MRSA §1058, sub-§2, as amended by PL 2005, c. 527, §9, is further amended to read:
This section does not apply to:
A. A law enforcement officer, a corrections officer or a corrections supervisor engaged in the performance of the law enforcement officer's, corrections officer's or corrections supervisor's public duty; or
B. A person possessing an unloaded firearm for the purpose of offering the firearm as evidence in a civil or criminal proceeding if the presiding judge or justice has granted prior approval in writing to the person and the person possesses a copy of the written approval . ; or
C. An employee of a courier or security service in the course and scope of employment for the courier or security service, as approved by the state judicial marshal.
Sec. C-7. 20-A MRSA §7201, sub-§6, as amended by PL 2005, c. 662, Pt. A, §22, is further amended to read:
6. Participation in cocurricular activities.
Eligibility for a child with a disability to participate in cocurricular activities may not be denied solely because the student is enrolled in a reduced course load when the reduced course load is due to the student's disability, only if as long as the student is satisfactorily completing the requirements of the educational components of an individualized family service plan or individualized education program and is otherwise in compliance with the program. If the student is not satisfactorily completing the educational components of an individualized family service plan or individualized education program or is not otherwise in compliance with the program, the student's eligibility may be determined in the same manner as the eligibility of a child without disabilities who is not satisfying the applicable academic standards.
Sec. C-8. 32 MRSA c. 1-A, sub-c. 3, as enacted by PL 2007, c. 240, Pt. LLL, §1, is repealed.