Legislative Document 9: Sponsored by Rep. Patrick Corey (R-Windham), would make Maine the ninth state to prohibit a state-level gun registry.
Legislative Document 31: Sponsored by Rep. Eleanor Espling (R-New Gloucester), proposes to amend the state Constitution to require petition signatures include voters from each of the state's two congressional districts and that the number of signatures from each congressional district be not less than 10 percent of the total vote for governor cast in that congressional district in the previous gubernatorial election. This would make it difficult for out-of-state gun control advocates to push agendas and buy their way onto the ballot.
Legislative Document 988: Sponsored by Sen. Garrett Mason (R-Androscoggin) would provide an exemption for the possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle on public school property, or the property of an approved private school while dropping off or picking up a student.
Legislative Document 1370: Sponsored by Rep. Richard Cebra (R-Naples) would prevent public colleges and universities from imposing policies that regulate or prohibit the lawful possession, carrying or transporting of firearms or ammunition. Gun owners would still be prohibited from carrying in student dormitories or residence halls, and also at public entertainment venues where signs are posted at each entrance notifying attendees of any firearm restrictions during games and events.
- Legislative Document 351: Sponsored by Rep. John Spear (D-South Thomaston) would allow municipalities to prohibit firearm owners from carrying during municipal public proceedings and in polling places. The bill is a first step in eliminating Maine's firearms preemption law and allowing municipalities to create overbearing and burdensome gun control regulations.