Rep. Ted Kryzak
Proudly Serving House District 20:
Acton, Lebanon& Shapleigh (Part)
Ted Kryzak has served his community as a Teacher and Selectman for the town of Acton
First Elected in 2018, Representative Kryzak has cosponsored several pieces of successful legislation, including
LD 1036 Resolve, Establishing a Task Force To Study the Creation of a Comprehensive Career and Technical Education System To Support Workforce Development
LD 1159 Resolve, To End Hunger in Maine by 2030
Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry
The Joint Standing Committee on Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry oversees the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry; agricultural development; agricultural fairs, products and marketing; animal control and welfare; harness racing; food policy; food safety, inspection and labeling; dairy industry; pest management and pesticides regulation; industrial hemp; state parks, historic sites, public lands and submerged lands; Maine Land Use Planning Commission; geological surveying and mapping; Maine Forest Service; timber harvesting; industrial hemp; the Land for Maine’s Future Program; and Baxter State Park.
“We must continue to pursue pro-growth policies that support the people and businesses that feed us and employ tens of thousands of people. Above all, we must not take any action that will negatively impact our ability to grow the economy or attract new investment.”December 2018
This Committee has jurisdiction over all new bills pertaining to the Bureau of Revenue Services and State Board of Property Tax Review; state and local taxes; tax exemptions and credits; tax expenditure review; taxpayer relief programs; property valuation and assessment; tax increment financing; municipal revenue sharing; taxation of unorganized territories; and tree growth and other current use tax issues.
Congratulatory letters, Legislative Sentiments, flags flown over the Capitol, assistance with state departments, general comments or questions about legislative matters.
2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330
Sponsored Legislation (2019-2020)
|An Act To Promote Equity in Business Opportunity for Tobacco Specialty Stores|
|An Act To Eliminate the Service Provider Tax on Services Covered by Medicaid|
|An Act To Require Career Options Education for High School Students|
|An Act To Allow Local Flexibility in Teacher Assignment To Enhance Student Achievement|
|An Act To Increase the Transparency of the “Maine Open Checkbook” Website|
|Resolve, To Require the Examination of the System of Learning Results|
|An Act To Repeal the Board of Licensing of Dietetic Practice|
|An Act To Protect Hospital Employees from Assault|
|Resolve, Establishing a Task Force To Study the Creation of a Comprehensive Career and Technical Education System To Support Workforce Development|
|Resolve, To End Hunger in Maine by 2030|