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Representative Timothy Theriault [Republican]
China ~ District 79

Towns in District: Albion, China, Unity Township and part of Benton

Would be term limited: 2022
Campaign funding in 2018 Election: Traditional

House Committees:
♦ Ethics

Joint Committees:
♦ Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

✉ Tim.Theriault@legislature.maine.gov
☎ 1-800-423-2900

✉ 1210 Lakeview Drive
China, Maine 04358


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OrganizationScoreSource
Maine People's Alliance (MPA), 20190 of 10, 4 unexcused absencesMaine People's Alliance, 2019
Maine People's Alliance, Will of the Voters, 20180%Maine People's Alliance Will of the Voters, 2018
Maine People's Alliance, 20180%Maine People's Alliance, 2018
Maine Conservation Voters (MCV), 20190 of 7, 4 unexcused absencesMaine Conservation Voters, 2019
Maine Conservation Voters, 20183 of 8 Maine Conservation Voters, 2018
Maine Conservation Voters, 20173 of 7Maine Conservation Voters, 2017
Maine AFL-CIO, 20192 of 10, 4 unexcused absencesAFL-CIO, 2019
Maine AFL-CIO, 201730%No longer available online
Maine Women's Lobby, 20190 of 7, 5 unexcused absencesMaine Women's Lobby, 2019
Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund, 20192 of 6, 4 unexcused absencesPlanned Parenthood ME Action Fund, 2019
Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund, 201725%Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund, 2017
Firearms Control, 20190 of 7, 1 unexcused absenceThis website, see below for roll calls included.

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Roll Call Bill Motion MPA vote Representative's vote
16 LD 179 An Act to Change the Name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass Yea Nay
250 LD 255 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that Signatures on a Direct Initiative Come from Each Congressional District Final Passage as a Constitutional Amendment (requires 2/3 of membership) Nay Yea
272 LD 308 An Act to Increase Notification Time Periods for Rent Increases and Terminations of Tenancies at Will Reconsider passage after Governor's veto Yea Absent
75 LD 369 An Act to Support Healthy Workplaces and Healthy Families by Providing Paid Sick Leave to Certain Employees Accept Committee Report A, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-79 Yea Nay
278 LD 420 An Act to Amend the Maine Exclusion Amount in the Estate Tax Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-610 Yea Nay
70 LD 820 An Act to Prevent Discrimination in Public and Private Insurance Coverage for Pregnant Women in Maine Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-210 Yea Absent
237 LD 949 An Act to Prevent Overdose Deaths Accept Majority Report, Ought Not to Pass Nay Absent
306 LD 1177 An Act to Improve Public Sector Labor Relations Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-308 Yea Nay
182 LD 1282 An Act to Establish a Green New Deal for Maine Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-413 Yea Absent
307 LD 1317 An Act to Restore Services to Help Certain Noncitizens Meet Their Basic Needs Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-248 Yea Nay
Total for Representative Theriault: Present for 6 votes, agreed on 0 votes, 0 percent agreement
Roll Call Bill Motion MCV vote Representative's vote
37 LD 289 An Act to Prohibit the Use of Certain Disposable Food Service Containers Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-49 Yea Absent
293 LD 1494 An Act to Reform Maine’s Renewable Portfolio Standard Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-49 Yea Absent
157 LD 1532 An Act to Eliminate Single-use Plastic Carry-out Bags Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-392 Yea Absent
209 LD 1679 An Act to Promote Clean Energy Jobs and to Establish the Maine Climate Council Enact as an Emergency measure (2/3 of members required) Yea Nay
282 LD 1711 An Act to Promote Solar Energy Projects and Distributed Generation Resources in Maine Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-295 Yea Nay
208 LD 1775 An Act to Protect Sustenance Fishing Enact Yea Nay
329 LD 1851 An Act to Authorize a General Fund Bond Issue for Land Conservation, Water Access, Outdoor Recreation, Wildlife and Fish Habitats and Farmland and Working Waterfront Preservation Enact as a bond issue (requires 2/3 present) Yea Absent
Total for Representative Theriault: Present for 3 votes, agreed on 0 votes, 0 percent agreement
Roll Call Bill Motion AFL-CIO vote Representative's vote
227 LD 240 An Act To Allow Public Employers of Teachers to Negotiate Regarding Educational Policies Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment H-518 Yea Nay
75 LD 369 An Act To Support Healthy Workplaces and Healthy Families by Providing Earned Paid Sick Leave to Certain Employees Accept Committee Report A, Ought to Pass as amended by Commitee amendment S-79 Yea Nay
306 LD 1177 An Act To Improve Public Sector Labor Relations Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment S-308 Yea Nay
111 LD 1232 An Act To Ensure the Right To Work without Payment of Dues or Fees to a Labor Union as a Condition of Employment Accept Majority Report, Ought Not to Pass Yea Absent
182 LD 1282 An Act To Establish a Green New Deal for Maine Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment H-413 Yea Absent
120 LD 1459 An Act To Expand Application of the Maine Agricultural Marketing and Bargaining Act of 1973 to Harvesters and Haulers of Forest Products Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass Yea Nay
206 LD 1524 An Act To Prevent Wage Theft and Promote Employer Accountability Enact LD 1524 as amended by Commitee amendment S-203 Yea Yea
195 LD 1560 An Act Regarding Utility Reorganizations Enact LD 1560 as amended by Committee amendment S-192 as an emergency measure Yea Yea
156 LD 1564 An Act To Authorize Project Labor Agreements for Public Works Projects Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment S-158 Yea Absent
190 LD 1658 An Act To Clarify Prevailing Wage Rates on State Projects Using Federal Funds Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment S-200 Yea Absent
Total for Representative Theriault: Present for 6 votes, agreed on 2 votes, 33 percent agreement
Roll Call Bill Motion Vote to agree Representative's vote
199 LD 37 An Act To Allow for the Sale of Nonprescription Drugs through Vending Machines Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-466 Yea Absent
28 LD 278 An Act Regarding Pay Equality Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-28 Yea Absent
75 LD 369 An Act To Support Healthy Workplaces and Healthy Families by Providing Earned Paid Sick Leave to Certain Employees Accept Report A, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-79 Yea Nay
246 LD 820 An Act To Prevent Discrimination in Public and Private Insurance Coverage for Pregnant Women in Maine Enact LD 820 as amended by Committee amendment H-210 Yea Absent
80 LD 1025 An Act To Prohibit the Provision of Conversion Therapy to Minors by Certain Licensed Professionals Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-213 Yea Absent
114 LD 1261 An Act To Authorize Certain Health Care Professionals To Perform Abortions Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass Yea Absent
307 LD 1317 An Act To Restore Services To Help Certain Noncitizens Meet Their Basic Needs Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment H-248 Yea Nay
Total for Representative Theriault: Present for 2 votes, agreed on 0 votes, 0 percent agreement
Roll Call Bill Motion Vote to agree Representative's vote
199 LD 37 An Act To Allow for the Sale of Nonprescription Drugs through Vending Machines Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment H-466 Yea Absent
No roll call; passed under gavel LD 78 An Act To Facilitate Access to the MaineCare Family Planning Benefit Enact LD 78 as amended by Committee amendment H-132 Yea Yea assumed (i.e., no objection)
153 LD 494 An Act To Update the Family Planning Statutes Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as amended by Committee amendment S-151 Yea Absent
246 LD 820 An Act To Prevent Discrimination in Public and Private Insurance Coverage for Pregnant Women in Maine Enact LD 820 as amended by Committee amendment H-210 and amended by Senate amendment S-275 Yea Absent
114 LD 1261 An Act To Authorize Certain Health Care Professionals To Perform Abortions Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass Yea Absent
No roll call; passed under gavel LD 1580 An Act To Protect Licensing Information of Medical Professionals Enact LD 1580 as amended by Committee amendment H-631 Yea Yea assumed (i.e., no objection)
Total for Representative Theriault: Present for 0 votes, agreed on 0 votes, 0 percent agreement
Roll Call Bill Motion Vote to agree Representative's vote
204 LD 379 An Act To Protect Children by Requiring the Safe Storage of Loaded Firearms Accept Majority Report, Ought Not to Pass Nay Yea
211 LD 533 An Act To Eliminate the Statutory Duty To Retreat and Affirm the Right of Self-defense Accept Majority Report, Ought Not to Pass Yea Nay
252 LD 1099 An Act To Reduce Suicides and Violent Crimes by Requiring a 72-hour Waiting Period after the Sale of a Firearm Accept Majority Report, Ought Not to Pass Nay Yea
253 LD 1276 An Act To Better Enforce the Prohibition against Dangerous Persons Possessing Firearms Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-274 Yea Nay
296 LD 1312 An Act Regarding Access to Firearms by Extremely Dangerous and Suicidal Individuals Accept Report A, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-285 Yea Nay
235 LD 1470 An Act To Allow the Prohibition of Weapons at Public Proceedings and Voting Places Accept Majority Report, Ought Not to Pass Nay Absent
315 LD 1811 An Act To Enhance Personal and Public Safety by Requiring Evaluations of and Judicial Hearings for Persons in Protective Custody Regarding Risk of Harm and Restricting Access to Dangerous Weapons Accept Majority Report, Ought to Pass as Amended by Committee amendment S-357 Yea Nay
Total for Representative Theriault: Present for 6 votes, agreed on 0 votes, 0 percent agreement
LD 26 An Act To Provide Complimentary Lifetime Hunting and Fishing Licenses to Retired Game Wardens with 25 Years of Service Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Dead, Concurrence in Ought Not to Pass, March 12, 2019
LD 26
This bill allows a retired game warden with 25 years of service to receive a complimentary lifetime license to hunt, trap and fish.

LD 27 An Act To Allow the Use of a Crossbow for a Limited Duration during the Archery Season on Deer and the Fall Season on Wild Turkey Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-147, Enacted, Signed into law May 14, 2019
LD 27
This bill allows crossbows to be used during the regular archery-only deer hunting season.

Amendment H-147
This amendment replaces the bill and the title. For a period of 3 years, beginning in 2020, it allows a person, in accordance with rules adopted by the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, to hunt deer with a crossbow during the open archery season on deer and the fall open season on hunting wild turkey. It specifies that a person using a crossbow during the open archery season may not harvest an antlerless deer unless that person possesses an antlerless deer permit. It also clarifies that, outside of this limited time period, the use of a crossbow to hunt wild turkey is allowed only during the spring open season on hunting wild turkey. Lastly, it requires the commissioner to submit a report to the joint standing committee of the Legislature having jurisdiction over inland fisheries and wildlife matters that includes a recommendation on whether to continue to permit the use of a crossbow during the regular archery season and the fall open season on hunting wild turkey and whether the commissioner allowed the use of a crossbow during a special archery season on deer and, if so, whether the use should continue to be permitted. The committee may report out a bill based on the report.

LD 27 Chaptered Law
LD 27 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 824 An Act To Allow a Municipality To Opt Out of Collecting Personal Property and Business Equipment Taxes (By request) Status: Referred to Taxation Committee, Dead, Joint rule 310.3, April 11, 2019
LD 824
This bill allows a municipality, by referendum, to exempt all personal property, including business equipment, located in that municipality from assessment and collection of tax by that municipality.

LD 1818 An Act To Clarify and Enhance Certain Maine Wildlife Laws Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendemnt H-538 and House amendment H-560, Enacted as an emergency measure, Signed into law June 18, 2019
LD 1818
This bill amends the definition of "antlerless moose" to exclude moose with very small antlers.

Current law allows the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to prohibit the feeding of deer, bear, moose and wild turkey if there is documented evidence of chronic wasting disease in the State. This bill allows the commissioner to also limit the feeding. It also allows the commissioner to prohibit or limit the feeding if there is documented evidence of chronic wasting disease in a jurisdiction contiguous to the State or a reason to believe that the type or location of feed may create a public safety hazard or may have a detrimental effect on the wildlife.

The bill also provides consistency in the laws regulating the hunting or trapping of wild birds.

The bill changes the expiration date for a wildlife rehabilitation permit to December 31st of the 2nd complete year after the date of issuance.

The bill updates the description of the boundary of the Beauchamp Sanctuary.

The bill clarifies that hunting is prohibited in the Megunticook Lake and Vicinity Sanctuary from April 1st to September 30th of each year.

Amendment H-538
This amendment allows the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to prohibit or limit the feeding of deer, bear, moose and wild turkey if there is documented evidence of chronic wasting disease within 50 miles of the border of the State.

Amendment H-560
This amendment adds an emergency preamble and an emergency clause.

LD 1818 Chaptered Law
LD 1818 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 1905 An Act To Clarify Crossbow-related Hunting Laws (Emergency) Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-746, Enacted as an emergency measure, Signed into law March 18, 2020
LD 1905
This bill allows a person 65 years of age or older and, under certain circumstances, a person with a permanent physical disability to take an antlerless deer with a crossbow without an antlerless deer permit during the open archery season on deer.

Amendment H-746
This amendment clarifies the bill to state that hunting an antlerless deer with a crossbow may occur with the requisite permit only during the archery-only hunting season on deer. The amendment also adds that a person 65 years of age or older must complete a hunter safety course or show satisfactory evidence of having previously held a license to hunt with firearms in this or another state in order to apply for a permit to take an antlerless deer with a crossbow.

Additionally, the amendment makes a technical correction by replacing "crossbow hunting license" with "crossbow permit."

The amendment also creates new requirements for crossbow hunter education. The amendment requires that an applicant for a permit to hunt with a crossbow must provide evidence of completion of an archery hunting education program or a hunter safety course, in addition to evidence of a crossbow hunting education program or an equivalent as determined by the commissioner.

LD 1905 Chaptered Law
LD 1905 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 865 An Act To Provide Funding for Hunting Opportunities for Disabled Veterans Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-273, Enacted, Signed into law June 5, 2019
LD 865
This bill is a concept draft pursuant to Joint Rule 208.

This bill proposes to amend the laws governing the funding sources of the controlled moose hunt season in the State.

Amendment H-273
This amendment replaces the bill, which is a concept draft, and changes the title. It allows the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to accept monetary donations to support hunting opportunities for disabled veterans. It requires the commissioner to transfer those donations to the Department of Defense, Veterans and Emergency Management, Bureau of Maine Veterans' Services to be deposited into the Hunting Opportunities for Disabled Veterans Fund, a nonlapsing fund to be used for the purpose of making funds available to organizations that provide disabled veterans with hunting opportunities. The fund may also receive any other monetary gifts, donations or other contributions from public or private sources. The amendment also adds an appropriations and allocations section.

LD 865 Chaptered Law
LD 865 Chaptered Law fiscal note

LD 881 An Act To Ensure Equitable Treatment of Super Pack License Holders in Antlerless Deer Permit Lotteries Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-186, Enacted as an emergency measure, Signed into law May 16, 2019
LD 881
This bill allows the holder of a super pack license who obtains an antlerless deer permit to also participate in an antlerless deer permit lottery.

Amendment H-186
This amendment replaces the bill and adds an emergency preamble and an emergency clause. It specifies that a person who obtains a super pack license also receives an antlerless deer permit under certain conditions and the opportunity to enter a bonus antlerless-only deer permit lottery. It also allows a super pack licensee to enter an antlerless deer permit lottery if that person does not obtain an antlerless deer permit under certain conditions specified in law.

LD 881 Chaptered Law
LD 881 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 924 An Act To Remove the Background Check Requirement for Maine Guides Who Are at Least 70 Years of Age and Hold a Lifetime Hunting or Fishing License Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Dead, Joint rule 310.3, March 26, 2019
LD 924
This bill exempts a registered Maine guide who holds a senior lifetime hunting, fishing, trapping or archery license from the requirement to undergo a background check when renewing the guide license if the guide has undergone a background check when the guide was 68 years of age or older.

LD 932 An Act Regarding the Transfer of a Deceased Person's Moose Permit to a Family Member (By request) Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-185, Enacted, Signed into law May 23, 2019
LD 932
This bill specifies that if a person who is issued a moose permit dies prior to the start of the moose hunting season, that person's subpermittee-designate or subpermittee, if an immediate family member, must be issued that person's moose permit. The new moose permit holder under this provision has the ability to name a subpermittee-designate and alternate subpermittee-designate.

Amendment H-185
This amendment replaces the bill. It requires the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to transfer a moose permit to a family member who meets eligibility and permit requirements and who is not otherwise prohibited from holding the moose permit if the permit holder dies at any time prior to or during the moose hunting season if a moose has not yet been harvested under that permit.

LD 932 Chaptered Law
LD 932 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 1014 An Act To Attract and Retain Firefighters Status: Referred to Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee, Enacted in the House as amended by Committee amendment S-242, tabled to Special Appropriations in the Senate June 11, 2019, carried over to any regular or special session per Joint Order HP 1322
LD 1014
This bill provides funding to the Maine Length of Service Award Program to provide length of service awards to eligible volunteer firefighters and emergency medical services personnel.

Amendment S-242
This amendment incorporates a fiscal note.

LD 1014 Amendment S-242 fiscal note
LD 1031 An Act To Base the Vehicle and Mobile Home Excise Tax on Actual Value Status: Referred to Taxation Committee, Dead, Joint rule 310.3, April 11, 2019
LD 1031
This bill changes the method of computing the excise tax that is levied on motor vehicles, including commercial motor vehicles, buses and camper trailers, and mobile homes registered in the State.

With the exception of certain commercial motor vehicles and buses and special mobile equipment, current law requires that the excise tax be based upon the maker's list price for the motor vehicle or mobile home; the excise tax on certain commercial motor vehicles and buses and special mobile equipment is based on the purchase price. This bill requires that the excise tax for all motor vehicles, mobile homes and camper trailers be based upon the actual value of the vehicle or mobile home at the time of delivery to the owner, as determined by sources approved by the State Tax Assessor.

Current law requires the State to reimburse a municipality for the difference in the amount of excise tax that would have been collected by the municipality on each commercial motor vehicle or bus using the manufacturer's suggested retail price instead of the actual purchase price. This bill applies that requirement to all vehicles registered and taxed by the municipality using the actual value.

LD 1314 An Act To Extend Protections for Genetic Information Status: Referred to Health Coverage, Insurance and Financial Services Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-271, Enacted, Signed into law June 5, 2019
LD 1314
Under current law, when considering the issuance, withholding, extension or renewal of an insurance policy for life, credit life, disability, long-term care, accidental injury, specified disease, hospital indemnity or credit accident insurance or an annuity, an insurer may consider an applicant's genetic information or the results of an applicant's genetic test as long as the consideration of genetic information or test results does not constitute "unfair discrimination." This bill strikes language that authorizes the consideration of genetic information or test results and instead prohibits an insurer from discriminating against an individual on the basis of genetic information or the results of a genetic test in the issuance, withholding, extension or renewal of an insurance policy for life, credit life, disability, long-term care, accidental injury, specified disease, hospital indemnity or credit accident insurance or an annuity.

Amendment H-271
This amendment replaces the bill. The amendment requires that an insurer obtain the informed written consent of an individual before requesting, requiring, purchasing or using any information from an entity providing direct-to-consumer genetic testing in connection with the issuance, withholding, extension or renewal of an insurance policy for life, credit life, disability, long-term care, accidental injury, specified disease, hospital indemnity or credit accident insurance or an annuity.

LD 1314 Chaptered Law
LD 1314 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 1480 An Act To Modify Retirement Plans for Fire Investigators and Sergeants Status: Referred to Labor and Housing Committee, Enacted in the House as amended by Committee amendment H-568, tabled to Special Appropriations in the Senate June 19, 2019, carried over to any regular or special session per Joint Order HP 1322
LD 1480
This bill changes the eligibility requirements for the retirement of a state fire marshal investigator, state fire marshal senior investigator and state fire marshal sergeant under the Maine Public Employees Retirement System from 55 years of age and 25 years of creditable service to just 20 years of creditable service.

Amendment H-568
This amendment is the majority report of the committee and replaces the bill. The amendment changes the eligibility requirements for the retirement of a state fire marshal investigator, state fire marshal senior investigator and state fire marshal sergeant under the Maine Public Employees Retirement System from 55 years of age and 25 years of creditable service to 20 years of creditable service. The amendment establishes a special retirement plan for a state fire marshal investigator, state fire marshal senior investigator and state fire marshal sergeant based on 20 years of creditable service.

The amendment also adds an appropriations and allocations section to provide the funding.

LD 1480 Amendment H-568 fiscal note
LD 1551 An Act To Clarify Fishing Laws between the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and the Department of Marine Resources as They Relate to Striped Bass in Inland Waters Status: Referred to Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-308, Enacted, Signed into law June 6, 2019
LD 1551
This bill eliminates duplicative rulemaking by prohibiting the fishing or possession of striped bass taken from the inland waters of the State in violation of rules adopted by the Commissioner of Marine Resources.

Amendment H-308
This amendment clarifies the language of the bill but preserves the bill's intent, which is to provide that fishing for or possession of striped bass taken from the inland waters of the State in violation of striped bass rules adopted by the Commissioner of Marine Resources is prohibited and is subject to the applicable penalties for violating the fishing rules of the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.

LD 1551 Chaptered Law
LD 1551 Chaptered Law fiscal note
LD 2096 An Act To Save Lives by Capping the Out-of-pocket Cost of Certain Medications Status: Referred to Health Coverage, Insurance and Financial Services Committee, Amended by Committee amendment H-772 and House amendment H-778, Enacted as an emergency measure, Signed into law March 18, 2020
LD 2096
This bill provides that a health insurance carrier that provides coverage for prescription insulin drugs may not impose a cost-sharing requirement on the enrollee that results in out-of-pocket costs to the enrollee in excess of $100 per 30-day supply of insulin.

Amendment H-772
This amendment replaces the bill. Part A provides that a health insurance carrier that provides coverage for prescription insulin drugs may not impose a cost-sharing requirement on an enrollee that results in out-of-pocket costs to the enrollee in excess of $35 per prescription for a 30-day supply of insulin. The requirements apply to all health insurance policies issued or renewed on or after January 1, 2021.

Part B authorizes a pharmacist to dispense emergency refills of insulin and associated insulin-related supplies. The amendment requires that the insulin dispensed be in a quantity that is the lesser of a 30-day supply and the smallest available package. The amendment also requires the Maine Board of Pharmacy to adopt rules to establish adequate training requirements and protocols for dispensing insulin.

Amendment H-778
This amendment adds an emergency preamble and an emergency clause.

LD 2096 Chaptered Law
LD 2096 Chaptered Law fiscal note

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