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An Act To Enhance the Prevention of and Response to Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the Maine National Guard: LD 2029
State Response to Military Interpersonal Violence (Supporting Victims)
Public Law 2021, Chapter 634 makes harassment by a National Guard member a crime if the service member was given a prior warning not to harass a person by their commander. Chapter 634 also provides the Adjutant General with the authority to provide victims of IPV with travel funds to and from proceedings. Lastly, those service members convicted of criminal harassment shall be subject to non-judicial military punishment.
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