Rep. Jonathan Connor
Proudly Serving House District 58: Lewiston (part)
Representative Connor served in the United States Air Force from 1995 to 2014. He attended the Community College of the Air Force and Park University for undergraduate study. Connor’s career experience includes working as a military service member, as a licensed real estate agent in Alaska and Maine, and as a co-founder of a logistics services and consulting business.
Joint Standing Committee on Health & Human Services
The HHS Committee is responsible for reviewing all new bills relating to the Department of Health and Human Services; MaineCare/Medicaid; children’s welfare and mental health services; child care; maternal and infant health; public health; lead and water testing; immunization; tobacco and e-cigarette sale and use; medical use of marijuana; eating, lodging and campground licensing and inspection; opioid medications and limits; state health system planning; health care facilities; health care workforce; telemedicine; oral health and dental care; substance use disorder; mental health; developmental disability; aging; elderly and disability issues; home and community-based longterm care; nursing facilities and residential care; palliative and end- of-life care; and public assistance.
Joint Standing Committee on Health Coverage, Insurance and Financial Services
Banking; financial institutions; credit unions; consumer credit; credit law (business-related); Uniform Consumer Credit Code; Bureau of Financial Institutions; Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection; mortgage lending; foreclosure prevention; servicing of student loans; debt collection practices and debt buyers; Office of Securities; stocks, mutual funds, bonds and other securities; financial services; Bureau of Insurance; credit, automobile, life, property and casualty insurance; private health insurance; health and medical data; Maine Health Data Organization; health maintenance organizations; mandated health benefits; health care reform; compliance with federal Affordable Care Act; prescription drugs; pharmacy benefit managers; cost containment; multiple employer welfare arrangements; State Employee Health Commission and state employee group health plan; long- term care insurance; disability income insurance; insurance rating, regulation and practices; insurance producers; professional and occupational licensing for health care and financial services; Maine Employers Mutual Insurance Company; workers’ compensation insurance; self- insurance; and viatical and life settlement contracts.
Congratulatory letters, Legislative Sentiments, flags flown over the Capitol, assistance with state departments, general comments or questions about legislative matters.
Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330
Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440
Sponsored Legislation – 130th Legislature
|An Act To Require Electronic Benefits Transfer Cards To Be Printed with the Beneficiary’s Photograph|
|An Act To Require Motor Vehicle Inspections Every 2 Years|
|An Act To Require Pest Disclosure in All Real Estate Transactions|
|An Act To Save Money by Eliminating the Requirement That the Annual Reports of State Agencies Be Printed|
|An Act To Increase Transparency in the Legislature by Removing Certain Freedom of Access Act Exemptions|
|An Act To Base the Motor Vehicle Excise Tax on Actual Sale Price|
|An Act To Suspend Meals and Lodging Taxes until 12 Months after the COVID-19 Civil Emergency|