Since the Loon Conservation Plate program was established in 1993, $14 million has been invested in conservation, wildlife habitat, and park programs through the Departments of Conservation and Inland Fisheries & Wildlife. In 2007, 63,000 Mainers participated in this popular program. LD 2075 was amended by the Transportation Committee to divert $1 from all specialty plate funds to the Department of Transportation for management of the program. This would have resulted in taking much-needed money from conservation efforts.


Score of 100? Senator Party - District Vote
Susan M. W. AustinRepublican - 67
Christopher W. BabbidgeDemocrat - 8
Seth A. BerryDemocrat - 55
Richard M. CebraRepublican - 68
Margaret M. CravenDemocrat - 59
Philip A. CurtisRepublican - 111
Donald G. MareanIndependent - 16
John L. MartinDemocrat - 151
H. Sawin Millett Jr.Republican - 71
Ann E. PeoplesDemocrat - 125
Anne C. PerryDemocrat - 140
Joseph C. Perry Sr.Democrat - 124
John L. TuttleDemocrat - 18


Senator Party - District Vote
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Votes / Roll Calls:

DateDescYeaNayNo VoteAbsentTotalPassedChamber
01/01/2008Roll Call490013
Susan M. W. AustinNay
Christopher W. BabbidgeYea
Seth A. BerryYea
Richard M. CebraNay
Margaret M. CravenNay
Philip A. CurtisNay
Donald G. MareanNay
John L. MartinYea
H. Sawin Millett Jr.Nay
Ann E. PeoplesNay
Anne C. PerryNay
Joseph C. Perry Sr.Nay
John L. TuttleYea