Rep. Justin Fecteau

Proudly Serving House District 86:

Augusta (part)

Representative Justin Fecteau serves on the Joint Standing Committee on Education & Cultural Affairs

Representative Fecteau is an Augusta native raised on Sandhill, and an alumnus of both Saint Augustine and Cony High. As a United States Army Veteran, he knows what makes Maine one of the nation’s most patriotic places. He works  to help make sure all returned and returning Veterans are given the care and entrepreneurial support they need. His goal is to make Maine one of our nation’s top places for Veterans.

Currently working as a high school teacher, Representative Fecteau knows firsthand what today’s youth are looking for in their young adult lives. As a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs, he has worked tirelessly to provide students and teachers support that is student-centered and makes Maine small businesses, community colleges, and universities a top choice for graduating seniors.

He believes “our students are our greatest investment, so we should come together to give teachers the tools they need to succeed in the classroom.”

Joint Standing Committee on Education & Cultural Affairs

The Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs oversees legislation pertaining to the Department of Education; State Board of Education; school finance, governance and administration; school budgets; school facilities; curriculum, instruction and assessment; teachers and administrators; special education and child development services; education of deaf and hard-of-hearing students; career and technical education; charter schools, alternative education, school choice and home schooling; school district reorganization; online learning; student health, nutrition and safety; truancy and dropouts; educational services at juvenile correctional facilities; adult education; Maine Education Policy Research Institute; University of Maine System; Maine Community College System; Maine Maritime Academy; postsecondary education finance and governance; Maine State Library; and cultural affairs, including Maine Arts Commission, Maine State Museum, Maine Historical Society, Maine Historic Preservation Commission, Maine Humanities Council and Maine Public, formerly known as Maine Public Broadcasting.

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Contact Information

Mail: 2 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04330


Legislative Office: (207) 287-1440

Sponsored Legislation (2019-2020)

LD 353(HP279)
An Act To Classify Recovery Residences as One-family Dwellings for the Purposes of the Fire Code
LD 662(HP483)
An Act To Count Study Abroad toward Secondary School Credit
LD 663(HP484)
An Act To Allow Holders of Gold Star Family Registration Plates To Be Issued Complimentary Licenses To Hunt, Trap and Fish and To Exempt Them from Vehicle Registration Fees
LD 985(HP740)
An Act To Maintain High School Diploma Standards by Repealing Proficiency-based Diploma Standards
LD 1112(HP816)
An Act To Provide Employee Vaccination Compensation
LD 1113(HP817)
An Act To Change Procedures of the Governor’s Board on Executive Clemency and To Seal Marijuana Convictions
LD 1330(HP958)
An Act To Ensure Pedestrian Safety in Roundabouts
LD 1331(HP959)
An Act To Amend the Student Information Privacy Act
LD 1446(HP1058)
An Act To Remove Sales and Use Taxation on Gold and Silver Coins
LD 1487(HP1089)
An Act To Exempt Holders of Gold Star Family Registration Plates from Vehicle Registration Fees
LD 1488(HP1090)
An Act To Allow Holders of Gold Star Family Registration Plates To Be Issued Complimentary Licenses To Hunt, Trap and Fish
LD 2035(HP1445)
An Act To Modify Teacher Certification Expiration Dates for Teachers Who Use Family Medical Leave
LD 2165(HP1549)
An Act To Provide Support to Students, Staff and Faculty at Postsecondary Educational Institutions for Temporary Closures Due to Infectious Diseases

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