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Maine Retirement System Amendment, Question 6 (1995)

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The Maine Retirement System Amendment was on the November 7, 1995 ballot in Maine as Question 6. It was approved.

It was proposed as a constitutional amendment to the Maine Constitution by the Maine legislature. The amendment says that the state legislature is required to:

  • Provide "sound funding" of the Maine State Retirement System.
  • Pay off the system's unfunded liability in 31 years.
  • Prohibit the creation of new unfunded liabilities.

Election results

Maine Question 6
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 274,786 69%
No123,20831%

The ballot language said:

"Do you favor amending the Constitution of Maine to require sound funding of the Maine State Retirement System, to require paying off the current unfunded liability in 31 years and to prohibit the creation of new unfunded liabilities?"

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