Maine Can Do Better

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Maine Can Do Better Coalition is the official organization opposing Maine Auto Excise Tax Repeal, Question 2 (2009) and Maine Tax Relief Initiative, Question 4 (2009).


Individual groups that oppose the measure include, according to Maine Can Do Better:[1]

  • Portland Education Association[2]
  • Maine Education Association
  • Citizens Unified for Maine’s Future
  • American Associations of Retired Persons (AARP)
  • American Council of Engineering Companies - Maine (ACEC-ME)
  • Associated General Contractors - Maine (AGC-ME)
  • American Society of Civil Engineers - Maine (ASCE-ME)
  • Bangor Area Homeless Shelter
  • Citizens Who Support Maine Public Schools
  • Coastal Enterprises Inc. Engage Maine
  • Engage Maine Votes
  • Equality Maine
  • Family Crisis and Support Services
  • Homeless Voices for Justice
  • Maine Affordable Housing Coalition
  • Maine American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrialized Organizations (AFL-CIO)
  • Maine Association of Interdependent Neighborhoods
  • Maine Association of Mental Health Services
  • Maine Association of Nonprofits
  • Maine Association of Substance Abuse Programs
  • Advocacy Initiative Network of Maine, Inc.
  • Maine Better Transportation Association (MBTA)
  • Maine Center for Economic Policy
  • Maine Children's Alliance
  • Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence
  • Maine Community Action Association
  • Maine Council of Senior Citizens-ARA
  • Maine Equal Justice Partners
  • Maine Municipal Association
  • Maine People's Alliance
  • Maine Workforce Housing
  • Maine Women's Lobby
  • Natural Resources Council of Maine
  • Pike Industries
  • Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
  • Preble Street
  • Rape Education and Crisis Hotline (REACH)
  • Region 1 Homeless Council
  • Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
  • Sexual Assault Crisis & Support Center
  • Sexual Assault Victims Emergency Services (SAVES)
  • Speaking Up for Us
  • The League of Young Voters
  • We Who Care


Maine Can Do Better
565 Congress St., Suite 200
Portland, Maine 04101
Phone: 207-797-9207

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