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A pamphlet published by Citizens Against a Power Authority of Maine opposing a referendum proposed in State of Maine Legislative Document No. 1760 of the 106th Legislature. LD No.1760, if enacted, would create a Power Authority of Maine intended to "provide an adequate supply of electric power and energy for the residents of this State as a whole at the lowest possible cost consistent with sound utility practices; for the purposes of developing the natural resources of the State; stimulating the agricultural, recreational, general economic and industrial growth of the State, and thereby promoting the general health and welfare of the people of the State, there is created the Power Authority of Maine with the powers and duties" of such an authority. On November 6, 1973, the vote failed in state-wide election 95,645 to 151,480, or 38.7% to 61.3%.
Citizens Against a Power Authority of Maine
Citizens Against a Power Authority of Maine, Maine Legislative Document No. 1760, 106th Maine Legislature, LD No.1760
Citizens Against a Power Authority of Maine, "Warning! To the People of Maine" (1973). Books and Publications. 337.
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