Caleb Ness

The 131st Legislature has adjourned

 Rep. Caleb Ness (R-Fryeburg) The 131st Legislature adjourned April 18, 2024 after meeting for 24 hours straight to conclude its business. There will be one more day scheduled to address any vetoes by Governor Mills. I have to say that I am disappointed that little if anything was done to address the everyday concerns of […]

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The Legislature’s 2024 agenda is a little clearer, but questions remain

 Rep. Caleb Ness (R-Fryeburg) LEGISLATIVE BILLS UNDER CONSIDERATION: The Legislative Council, made up of legislative leadership, met on November 16 to consider additional legislation for the second regular session of the Maine legislature beginning in January. While it is likely that additional bills will be introduced in this “emergency session” there are currently 583 active

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Legislators doing committee and constituent work until the Legislature Convenes in January

The Second Regular Session of the 131st Legislature reconvenes in January 2024. Between now and then, our citizen legislature is focused on constituent work and committee meetings. Since our break in July, legislators have had committee meetings on a number of important topics.  These include: The Innovation, Development, Economic Advancement and Business Committee, the committee

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Board of Environmental Protection Considering California Rules Mandating Electric Vehicle Sales

 Rep. Caleb Ness (R-Fryeburg) Recently many people became aware of an obscure provision in Maine law that allows unelected bureaucrats the ability to impose costly regulations on Maine people without a vote by elected representatives.  Under Maine law, a state agency is required to consider a rule change if citizens submit 150 signatures to that

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