Maine 48-Hour Work Week for Women and Minors, Referendum Question (1923)
Maine 48-Hour Work Week for Women was on the October 15, 1923 ballot in Maine. It was a measure to establish a forty-eight hour week for women and minors. It failed. It was the second initiative to appear on the Maine ballot.
- In favor: 33,991
- Opposed: 53,784
The ballot language was, "To Establish a Forty-eight Hour Week for Women and Minors."
- "Votes on Initiated Bills: 1910-", compiled by the Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library.
- I&R Institute ballot measure database for Maine