Rep. Fran Head
Proudly Serving House District 117:
Albany Township, Andover, Bethel, Byron, Coplin, Dallas, Eustis, Gilead, Greenwood, Hanover, Lincoln, Locke Mills, Lovell (Part), Magalloway, Mason Township, Newry, North Franklin, North Oxford, Rangeley, Rangeley, South Oxford, Stoneham, Stow, Upton, West Central Franklin
Representative Fran Head of Bethel has been serving since 2014.
Representative Head has successfully championed legislation pertaining to first responders, domestic violence, childhood trauma and cancer research. She served on the Health and Human Services Committee in the 127th and 128th Legislature, and is currently serving on the Joint Standing Committee on State and Local Government.
Representative Head resides in Bethel where she has worked as a realtor and lives with her husband David. She’s the proud mother of five children. She is very active in her local community serving on several local committees in the Bethel area including: Bethel Budget Committee, Bethel Comprehensive Committee, Oxford County Soil and Water District, Senior Plus Advisory Committee and serves as Bethel Senior Citizens President.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cooking and family entertaining.
State & Local Government Committee
The Joint Standing Committee on State & Local Government reviews legislation pertaining to State government, including the Legislature, state property, public purchasing and contracts, state agencies and government organization, state employment, oversight of state officials, periodic review of State Government Evaluation Act; Maine State Archives; administrative procedures, boards and commissions, state holidays and designations, and capitol area planning; county government, including regional planning, budget process and county officials; municipal and local government, including deorganization and consolidation, planning and regulation, land use; discontinued and abandoned roads and cemeteries.
Reached for comment on LD 1044, Rep. Head was pleased to report that she had secured several co-sponsors on a bipartisan basis: “There is so much more we should be doing to support patients who are stricken with childhood cancer, along with the families who deserve to know that Maine is doing what we can to promote research close to home.”
Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330
Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440
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Sponsored Legislation (2019-2020)
|An Act To Increase the Homestead Property Tax Exemption to $50,000 for Persons 75 Years of Age and Older|
|An Act To Require an Annual Report on the Activities of the Maine Child Welfare Advisory Panel|
|An Act To Prohibit Child Care Providers from Requiring Payment during Vacation Closures|
|An Act Regarding Transportation Management Software and School Bus Replacement|
|An Act To Provide MaineCare Coverage for Dental Services to Adults with Intellectual Disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder|
|RESOLUTION, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require That Signatures on a Direct Initiative of Legislation Come from Each State Senatorial District|
|An Act To Increase the Beverage Container Redemption Reimbursement To Offset Minimum Wage Increases|
|Resolve, To Reduce Food Waste in Schools|
|An Act Regarding County Jail Funding|
|An Act To Reinstate the State Property Tax Deferral Program for Maine’s Senior Homeowners|
|An Act To Enhance the Coordination of Benefits, Assessments and Expansion of Continuing Education Programs for Young Adults with Disabilities after High School|
|An Act To Increase the Number of Franklin County Commissioners|
|An Act To Require the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services To Pay Court-appointed Attorneys for Certain Probate Court Cases|
|An Act To Protect Children from Accidental Injury Due to Unsafe Storage of Firearms|
|An Act To Advance Children’s Cancer Research in Maine|
|An Act Regarding Telecommunications Infrastructure Costs|
|Resolve, To Improve Maine’s Response to Childhood Trauma|
|An Act To Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence and To Support Survivors|
|An Act To Ensure Transparency and Participation in Maine Water Districts|
|An Act To Repeal the Ranked-choice Voting Law|
|Resolve, Requiring the Department of Health and Human Services To Create a Limited Benefit MaineCare Card for Individuals Eligible for the Medicare Savings Program|
|An Act Regarding Snowmobile Registration Fees|
|An Act Authorizing the Deorganization of Magalloway Plantation|
|An Act To Make March Maine Childhood Cancer Awareness Month|
|An Act To Save Lives by Capping the Out-of-pocket Cost of Certain Medications|