LD 327, a personhood bill, would have granted legal rights to a fetus which would undermine reproductive rights and create confusion in Maine law. The bill was defeated. A “no” vote is the pro-Planned Parenthood vote.
LD 1237 requires insurance companies to cover up to 12 months of birth control at one time and incorporates the ACA requirement that insurance companies provide copay-free birth control into Maine law. The bill became law; a “yes” vote is the pro-Planned Parenthood vote.
LD 1259 would have strengthened equal pay protections under the Maine Human Rights Act and prevented employers from seeking information about a prospective employee’s past salary before offering employment. The bill did not become law; a “yes” vote is the pro-Planned Parenthood vote.
LD 778 would have repealed the minimum wage increase passed by voters in 2016. Planned Parenthood supported the Fair Wage campaign to gradually raise Maine’s minimum wage to $12/hour in 2020. This bill was defeated; a “no” vote is the pro-Planned Parenthood vote.
A yes indicates a pro-Planned Parenthood vote; a no indicates an anti-Planned Parenthood vote.