Senator Trey Stewart Submits Bills for the New Legislature

(January 4, 2021) – The deadline for submitting new bills for the 130th State Legislature was December 18, 2020. Currently, only the titles of these bills are available. Below is a list of the bill titles submitted by Senator Trey Stewart.

An Act To Ban the Surveillance of Firearm Purchases
An Act To Allow Maine’s Nonprofit Organizations To Sell Raffle Tickets Online
An Act Regarding Remote Participation in Public Proceedings
An Act To Amend the Law Regarding the Interest Rate for State Loans under the Potato Marketing Improvement Fund
An Act To Strengthen Laws Protecting Members of Law Enforcement and Promote In- classroom Substance Abuse Awareness Education
An Act To Promote Collaboration among Private Partnerships, Internet Providers, Municipalities and the State To Create Needed Broadband Infrastructure in Rural Maine
Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require Legislative Approval of Any State of Emergency Lasting Longer than 60 Days
An Act To Reopen Maine and To Remove Capacity Restrictions on Churches and Businesses in Spaces where Maine Citizens Can Practice Social Distancing
An Act To Require an Affidavit for Every Independent Expenditure Influencing an Election and To Penalize the Use of Mistruths
An Act To Establish a Regional Program To Assist Firefighter Training Programs and To Provide Tax Credits to Volunteer Firefighters and Businesses That Employ Them
To Eliminate the Current Net Energy Billing Policy in Maine
To Cap Solar Credits through Net Metering
To Cap Property Taxes for Individuals 65 Years of Age and over Who Own a House
Resolve, Establishing the Commission To Research Effective Strategies and Efficiencies of Legislatures
To Provide Medicaid Rate Increases for Professionals Working with Individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities
To Expand and Promote Telehealth Services
To Amend the Regional Adjustment Index To Ensure School Districts Do Not Receive Less Than the State Average for Teacher Salaries
To Create an Alert System To Notify the Public When a Person with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability Is Missing
To Create a Regional Grant Program To Help Businesses Find Qualified Staff
To Allow Maine Nonprofit Corporations To Hold Meetings Electronically
Regarding Protection from Abuse Hearings
To Enact the Consumer Electronics Recycling Stewardship Program
To Amend the Peer-to-peer Car Sharing Insurance Act
To Lower Health Care Costs through Competitive Contracting
To Extend the Savings Account Program for Small Businesses
To Allow the Purchase of Health Insurance across State Lines
Resolution Memorializing the Federal Government to Eliminate the Windfall Elimination Provision that penalizes Maine State Retirees
To Ensure Equality in Women’s Health Care Access in Maine by Requiring Facilities Providing Abortions To Inform Patients of Options and Alternatives
Regarding Protection from Abuse Orders
To Ensure the Viability of the Northern Maine Electric Transmission Grid
To Encourage Working Families To Relocate to Rural Maine
To Ensure That Access to Oral and Facial Ambulatory Surgical Centers in Maine Remains Viable
To Increase Research and Development in the State
An Act To Amend Telehealth Laws
Resolve, Directing the Public Utilities Commission To Review the Effects In Process of the Deregulation of Maine Utilities
An Act To Make Individual and Small Employer Health Insurance More Affordable in Certain High Premium Counties

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