Maine has a bicameral legislature, named the Maine State Legislature, which consists of the Maine House of Representatives and the Maine Senate. The House has 151 members representing 151 districts, with members serving a two-year term. The Maine House of Representatives also has three non-voting seats set aside for a representative from the Penobscot Nation, the Passamaquoddy Tribe, and the Houlton Band of Maliseets. The Senate has 35 members representing 35 districts, each serving a two-year term. Members of the Maine State Legislature can serve up to four consecutive terms, with no term limits.
Municipal codes are not created by the state legislature, but by counties, cities, and other local government bodies. For more information about researching municipal codes, visit the Law Library's guide on the topic.