Article VIII--Part Second, Maine Constitution
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| Text of Section 1:
Power of Municipalities to Amend Their Charters
The inhabitants of any municipality shall have the power to alter and amend their charters on all matters, not prohibited by Constitution or general law, which are local and municipal in character. The Legislature shall prescribe the procedure by which the municipality may so act.
| Text of Section 2:
Construction of Buildings for Industrial Use
For the purposes of fostering, encouraging and assisting the physical location, settlement and resettlement of industrial and manufacturing enterprises within the physical boundaries of any municipality, the registered voters of that municipality may, by majority vote, authorize the issuance of notes or bonds in the name of the municipality for the purpose of purchasing land and interests therein or constructing buildings for industrial use, to be leased or sold by the municipality to any responsible industrial firm or corporation.
- List of amendments to the Maine Constitution
- State constitution
- Constitutional article
- Constitutional amendment
- Constitutional revision
- Constitutional convention
- Maine.gov, "Constitution of the State of Maine"
- Maine.gov, "Enacted Constitutional Amendments from 1911 - Present"
- Maine.gov, "Constitution of the State of Maine 1820"
- Maine: An Encyclopedia, "Constitution, Maine"
- Tinkle, Marshall J. (2013). The Maine State Constitution, New York, New York: Oxford University Press
- Palmer, Kenneth T. and Marcus LiBrizzi. (1989). "Development of the Maine Constitution: The Long Tradition, 1819-1988." Maine Historical Society Quarterly
- Hatch, Louis Clinton (1919). Maine: A History, New York, New York: The American Historical Society
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