Rep. Larry Lockman
Proudly Serving House District 137:
Amherst, Aurora, Beddington, Bradford, Bradley, Deblois, East Hancock (Part), Eastbrook, Edinburg, Franklin, Grand Falls, Great Pond, Greenbush, Greenfield, Lagrange, North Washington (Part), Northfield, Northwest Hancock, Passadumkeag, Summit Townships & Wesley
Now in his 4th Term, Representative Larry Lockman serves on the Labor & Housing Committee
Since their wedding 44 years ago, Larry and Debbie Lockman have lived and worked and raised their kids and grandkids in some of eastern Maine’s most beautiful rural communities: Maxfield, Passadumkeag, Seboeis, and Amherst. They have been blessed with 4 children and 6 grandchildren.
From 1992 to 2010, Lockman worked as a Territory Manager in eastern Maine for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), and qualified numerous times for NFIB’s prestigious President’s Club, as well as the biennial Small Business Summit in Washington, DC. Prior to his tenure at NFIB, Lockman worked for 16 years as an hourly production-line employee at Diamond Occidental’s lumber mill in Passadumkeag, where he also served as an elected shop steward with the the United Paperworkers International Union.
Rep. Lockman enjoys tending his vegetable and herb gardens, long walks along the Union River with his German short-haired pointer Job, hiking and camping in Maine’s state parks and public lands with Debbie and the grandchildren, and visiting family in Colorado and Oregon.
Committee on Labor & Housing
This Committee has jurisdiction over all new bills pertaining to the Department of Labor; wage and hour laws; working conditions, including health and safety; unemployment compensation; workers’ compensation; labor relations; collective bargaining; private sector retirement; Workers’ Compensation Board; Maine Labor Relations Board; retirement eligibility and benefits for state and municipal employees, including teachers; judicial and legislative retirement systems; Maine Public Employees Retirement System; insulation; Maine State Housing Authority; landlord-tenant laws; affordable housing; homelessness; housing safety; building codes; public services.
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Legislative Updates & Videos
Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330
Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440
Sponsored Legislation (2019-2020)
|An Act To Make the Maine Learning Technology Initiative More Cost-effective|
|An Act Regarding Small Claims Court Jurisdiction|
|Resolve, Directing the State Board of Education To Adopt Rules Prohibiting Teachers in Public Schools from Engaging in Political, Ideological or Religious Advocacy in the Classroom|
|An Act To Promote Youth Employment|
|An Act To Prohibit the Sale of Motor Fuel Containing More than 10% Ethanol|
|An Act To Ensure Fair Employment Opportunity for Maine Citizens and Legal Residents by Requiring the Use of the Federal Immigration Verification System|
|An Act To Require Legislative Hearings on Citizen-initiated Legislation|
|An Act To Allow Parents To Apply to the Commissioner of Education To Enroll Their Children in a Receiving School Administrative Unit and To Remove Limitations on Which Students May Be So Enrolled|
|An Act To Ensure the Right To Work without Payment of Dues or Fees to a Labor Union as a Condition of Employment|
|RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require Referenda To Receive 60 Percent of the Vote To Become Law|
|An Act To Lower Maine’s Individual Income Tax|
|An Act To Remove Sales and Use Taxation on Gold and Silver Coins|
|An Act To Facilitate Compliance with Federal Immigration Law by State and Local Government Entities|
|RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding the Election of Senators|
|An Act Directing That the Towns Constituting Hospital Administrative District No. 4 Hold a Vote on the Proposed Merger with Northern Light Health|
|An Act To Improve Highway Maintenance Safety|
|An Act To Authorize General Fund Bond Issues To Improve Highways, Bridges and Multimodal Facilities|
|Resolve, Establishing the Conference To Address and Improve Relations between Maine Indian Tribes and the Legislature|
|An Act To Allow Reentry Houses as Part of Supervised Community Confinement|
|An Act To Authorize the Commissioner of Corrections To Designate Additional Employees of the Department of Corrections To Collect Biological Samples|
|An Act To Amend the Motorcycle Rider Education and Driver Education Laws|
|An Act To Amend the Motor Vehicle Laws|