Maine Stores Opening on Sundays Act, Question 1 (1990)

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The Maine Stores Opening on Sundays Act appeared on the November 6, 1990 ballot in Maine. It was a measure regarding stores open on Sundays/holidays, giving an option to workers. It passed.

Election results

Stores Opening on Sundays Act
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No246,37852.48%
Yes 272,129 47.52%

Text on the Ballot

The question asked of voters was, ""Do You Favor the Change in Maine Law that Would Allow all Stores a Choice to Open on Sunday and Certain Holidays, Provided Stores in Excess of 5000 Square Feet of Selling Space do not Require thier Employees to Work on Such Days Proposed by Citizen Petition?"

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