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Maine 1992 ballot measures

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1993
1991
Eleven statewide ballot measures were on the June 9 and November 3, 1992 ballot in Maine.

On the ballot

June 9

Type Title Subject Description Result
IndISS Question 1 Part A Development Issues $37 million bond for municipal infrastructure job projects Approveda
IndISS Question 1 Part B Bond issues Issues $42 million bond for capital improvement of transportation facilities Approveda

November 3

Type Title Subject Description Result
IndISS Question 1 Environment Issues $10 million in bonds to purchasing recycling equipment and facilities and to close municipal solid waste landfills Approveda
IndISS Question 2 Transportation Issues $6 million in bonds to help municipalities pay for the repair and improvement of port facilities Defeatedd
IndISS Question 3 Labor Issues $8 million in bonds for state facilities to comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards Defeatedd
IndISS Question 4 Water Issues $12 million in bonds for the construction of water pollution control facilities Approveda
IndISS Question 5 Education Issues $9,984,000 in bonds to pay for the tuition of 3,000 unemployed Maine citizens enrolled as full-time students at technical colleges Defeatedd
IndISS Question 6 Transportation Issues $3 million in bonds for the acquisition of certain rail lines to continue of rail services in Piscataquis, Penobscot and Waldo counties Defeatedd
LRCA Question 7 Legislature Allows for deputies to temprorily fill vacancies in offices of state treasurer and secretary of state Approveda
LRCA Question 8 Gov't Finances Prohibits diversion of revenues from the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Approveda
LRCA Question 9 Gov't Finances Requires state to fund any mandates it imposed upon municipalities Approveda

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