Maine Intangible Personal Property Tax, Direct Initiative Question No. 2 (1933)

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The Maine Tax on Personal Property Initiative was on the September 11, 1933 ballot in Maine. It was a measure to establish a low rate tax on intangible personal property.

  • In favor: 44,832
  • Opposed: 85, 332

It was the fifth initiative to appear on the Maine ballot subsequent to the time that I&R was approved as a process in Maine in 1908.