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Maine voters to decide on tax law changes this June

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January 29, 2010

AUGUSTA, Maine: This June Mainers will have to decide whether to approve or defeat a proposed Maine Tax Code People's Veto. The proposed measure asks voters if they are in favor of rejecting "the new law that lowers Maine's income tax and replaces that revenue by making changes to the sales tax?" Despite months of litigation, the measure has been approved for the June 2010 ballot. Sponsors of the referendum include Republican Party Chairman Charles Webster, Senate Minority Leader Kevin Raye and House Minority Leader Joshua Tardy.[1]

June 8:

Type Title Subject Description Result
VR Question 1 Taxes Overturn 2009 tax code reform Approveda


LRSS Question 2 Bond issues Regarding investments in weatherization and energy efficiency projects Approveda


LRSS Question 3 Bond issues $57.8 million bond package for highway projects, harbor and energy projects Approveda


LRSS Question 4 Bond issues Provides for economic development and job creation bonds Approveda


LRSS Question 5 Bond issues Relates to improving water quality, drinking water programs, wastewater treatment facilities Approveda


November 2:

Type Title Subject Description Result
CISS Question 1 Gambling Calls for a casino in Oxford, Maine Approveda


LRSS Question 2 Bond issues Regarding increasing access to dental care and education in Maine Approveda


LRSS Question 3 Bond issues Regarding investment in land conservation and working waterfront preservation Approveda


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