Maine could also ban non-medical exemption for routine childhood vaccines required for schools and specialist health care facilities.
The Executive's Education and Culture Committee is to hold a working session on the Wednesday leaflet.
Multiple investigations underestimate the claims that measles vaccines, folding and rubella are contributing to the risk for autism. One of Maine's nations has the highest rates of pertussis, also known as whooping cough.
But opponents say that Maine's parents should continue without religious or philosophical reasons.
In the meantime a Republican bill would allow medical exemption from “full power” by anyone giving permission to provide vaccines.
Federal data shows that Maine was among the highest levels of a non-medical vaccine in 2017-2018.
Oregon and Washington are also considering bills to end non-medical exemptions for childhood vaccines.