LD 316 (subjects: PUBLIC LANDS , STATE PARKS )
Official bill page at mainelegislature.org: http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/bills/display_ps.asp?ld=316&PID=1456&snum=127
Principal Sponsor: Rep. Henry John Bear of the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians: (U – District 154) — e-mail | Facebook
- Rep. Diane Russell of Portland: (D – District 39) — e-mail | Twitter | Facebook
Rep. Sara Gideon of Freeport: (D – District 48) — e-mail | Twitter | Facebook
Rep. Gay Grant of Gardiner: (D – District 83) — e-mail | Facebook
Rep. James Davitt of Hampden: (D – District 101) — e-mail | Facebook
Rep. Jeff McCabe of Skowhegan: (D – District 107) — e-mail | Twitter | Facebook
Rep. Stephen Stanley of Medway: (D – District 143) — e-mail
Rep. Wayne T. Mitchell of the Penobscot Nation: (I – District 152) — e-mail
Rep. Matthew Dana II of the Passamaquoddy Tribe: (I – District 153) — e-mail | Facebook
Sen. Nathan Libby of Androscoggin: (D – District 21) — e-mail | Twitter | Facebook
|2/10/2015||House||Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry suggested and ordered printed.
The Bill was REFERRED to the Committee on AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY.
Sent for concurrence. ORDERED SENT FORTHWITH.
|2/12/2015||Senate||On motion by Senator Edgecomb of Aroostook, REFERRED to the Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, in concurrence.|
|3/10/2015||Senate||Pursuant to Joint Rule 310.3 Placed in Legislative Files (DEAD)|
An Act To Provide a Waiver of Short-term Camping Fees at State-owned Parks, Camping Areas and Beaches for Members of Federally Recognized Indian Tribes in the State
Sec. 1. 12 MRSA 1819, as amended by PL 2013, c. 1, Pt. J, 1 and c. 405, Pt. A, 24, is further amended by adding at the end a new paragraph to read:
A member of a federally recognized Indian tribe in the State, as well as any family member of the tribal member who is with the tribal member, may camp once a year at any one state-owned park, camping area or beach for one overnight stay without having to pay a camping fee.
This bill waives camping fees for the once-a-year, overnight stay of a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe in the State, as well as any family member of the tribal member who is with the tribal member, at any one state-owned park, camping area or beach.
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This information about LD 316 was last updated on 2016-05-12.
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