Rep. Gregory Swallow
Proudly Serving House District 144:
Amity, Bancroft, Benedicta Township, Block 4293 of Tract 952900, Cary, Glenwood, Haynesville, Hodgdon, Houlton, Macwahoc, Molunkus Township, Orient, Reed, Silver Ridge Township, South Aroostook & Weston
Representative Gregg Swallow serves on the Health Coverage, Insurance & Financial Services Committee.
Rep. Swallow resides in Houlton and works in the Insurance Marketing industry. He is a proud graduate of the University of Maine.
Committee on Health Coverage, Insurance & 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 (2019-2020)
|An Act To Exempt Head Start School Buses from Snow Tire Restrictions|
|An Act To Redefine Geographic Association for Multiple-employer Welfare Arrangements|
|An Act To Eliminate the Service Provider Tax on Services Covered by Medicaid|
|An Act To Allow Local Flexibility in Teacher Assignment To Enhance Student Achievement|
|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|
|An Act To Protect Patients and the Prudent Layperson Standard|
|An Act To Restrict the Use of Mercury in Dental Fillings in State-funded Dental Procedures|
|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 Improve Access to Experienced Primary Care Providers in Maine|
|Resolve, To Study Transmission Grid Reliability and Rate Stability in Northern Maine|