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Maine State Park, Conservation and Recreation Lands Protection, Question 5 (1993)

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The Maine State Park Amendment was on the November 1993 ballot in Maine, where it was approved.

It was proposed as a constitutional amendment to the Maine Constitution by the Maine legislature. The amendment says that any proposals in the state legislature to reduce the size or, or change the purpose of, any state park or recreational land requires a supermajority vote of 2/3 in order to pass.

Election results

Maine State Park Amendment
Approveda Yes 169,485 72.9%

The ballot language said:

"Do you favor amending the Constitution of Maine to protect state park or other designated conservation or recreation land by requiring a 2/3 vote of the Legislature to reduce it or change its purpose?"

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