Rating of Bills by Anonymous: DeRegulation of Bowhunting

Description of rating: This rating sheet focuses on the deregulation of bowhunting, and on bills that would reduce the role played by the Maine state government in setting standards for bowhunting.. Cosponsorship by a legislator positively in Anonymous’s rating index for bills that reduce regulation of bowhunting in Maine. Cosponsorship by a legislator counts negatively in the rating index for bills that increase regulation of bowhunting in Maine.

Bills used for rating (click on bill link to see cosponsors):

  • LD 356: An Act To Allow a Person Who Is 60 Years of Age or Older To Use a Crossbow during the Open Seasons on Wild Birds and Animals
    Cosponsorship of this bill counts adds to a legislator’s rating.
  • LD 99: An Act To Allow Hunting for Deer with a Crossbow during the Expanded Archery Season
    Cosponsorship of this bill counts adds to a legislator’s rating.
  • LD 1374: An Act To Allow a Person To Hunt with a Crossbow during the Archery-only Deer Season
    Cosponsorship of this bill counts adds to a legislator’s rating.
  • LD 1015: An Act To Expand Crossbow Hunting
    Cosponsorship of this bill counts adds to a legislator’s rating.
  • LD 264: An Act To Allow Crossbow Hunting during Muzzle-loading Season
    Cosponsorship of this bill counts adds to a legislator’s rating.
  • Legislators who have cosponsored at least one of these bills:

    • Rep. Russell Black of Wilton (R – District 90). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Dale Crafts of Lisbon Falls (R – District 104). Cosponsor of 2 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Jarrod Crockett of Bethel (R – District 91). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Paul Davis of Sangerville (R – District 26). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Karen Kusiak of Fairfield (D – District 84). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Stanley Short of Pittsfield (D – District 29). Cosponsor of 2 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Thomas Tyler of Windham (R – District 110). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Rep. Stephen Wood of Sabattus (R – District 75). Cosponsor of 3 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. David Burns of Whiting (R – District 29). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. David Dutremble of Biddeford (D – District 4). Cosponsor of 2 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. Anne Haskell of Portland (D – District 9). Cosponsor of 2 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. Christopher Johnson of Somerville (D – District 20). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. John Patrick of Rumford (D – District 14). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. Thomas Saviello of Wilton (R – District 18). Cosponsor of 1 positively classified bills.
    • Sen. John Tuttle of Sanford (D – District 3). Cosponsor of 3 positively classified bills.

    Legislators with a positive rating:

    • … have a smaller share of women (13.33%) than the 126th Maine State legislature overall (29.6%).
    • … and otherwise resemble the average legislators in the Maine State Legislature.

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