SP541 - Maine

Employment Security-Benefits  

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  • 08/19/2009
  • House - Passed To Be Enacted.This Being An Emergency Measure, A Two-thirds Vote Of All The Members Elected To The House Being Necessary, A Total Was Taken.Roll Call No. 27(yeas 139 - Nays 1 - Absent 11 - Excused 0)Sent For Concurrence. Ordered Sent Forthwith.
    04/16/2009
  • Senate - Under Suspension Of The Rules Passed To Be Enacted - Emergency -2/3 Elected Required In Concurrence (remarks Made)
    04/16/2009
  • House - Under Suspension Of The Rules And Without Reference To A Committee, The Bill Was Read Once.Senate Amendment "a" (s-63) Was Read And Adopted.Under Suspension Of The Rules, The Bill Was Given Its Second Reading Without Reference To The Committee On Bills In The Second Reading.The Bill Was Passed To Be Engrossed As Amended By Senate Amendment "a" (s-63).In Concurrence. Ordered Sent Forthwith.
    04/15/2009
  • Senate - Committee On Bills In The Second Reading Reports No Further Verbal Amendments Necessary Senator Damon, Senate Chair. Report Accepted. Read A Second Time On Motion By Senator Diamond Of Cumberland Senate Amendment "a" (s-63) Read And Adopted Passed To Be Engrossed As Amended By Senate Amendment "a" (s-63) Ordered Sent Down Forthwith For Concurrence
    04/14/2009
  • Senate - Committee On Labor Suggested And Ordered Printed. Senator Jackson Of Aroostook Moved To Refer To The Committee On Labor On Further Motion By Same Senator Tabled Until Later In Today's Session, Pending His Motion To Refer To The Committee On Labor Subsequently Taken From The Table By The President Senator Jackson Of Aroostook Asked And Received Leave Of The Senate To Withdraw His Motion To Refer To The Committee On Labor Read Once Without Reference To A Committee Assigned For Second Reading Next Legislative Day
    04/09/2009
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