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Proposed Constitutional Amendments 1820- : Compiled by the Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library
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Year

Legislative Document No. Title of Legislation Disposition Referendum Date and Vote
1833 Regular Session H.D. 8 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State Not Enacted  
1833 Regular Session H.D. 27 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State Not Enacted  
1834 Regular Session No House or Senate Document available. Text of the Approved Resolve Included. Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of this State. (Shall the Following Amendment be Added to the Constitution of this State? The Electors Resident in any City, May at any Meeting Duly Notified for the Choice of Representatives, Vote for Such Representative in their Respective Ward Meetings...) Enacted as Resolves, 1834, c. 43 Approved at Sept. 8, 1834 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available
1836 Regular Session S.D. 37 A Resolve to Amend the Constitution Relative to Bail Not Enacted  
1837 Regular Session S.D. 34 Resolve to Amend the Constitution Relative to the Time of Holding the Annual State Elections, and the Setting of the Legislature Not Enacted  
1837 Regular Session H.D. 37 Resolve, to Amend the Constitution, Relative to Bail (…that no Person before Conviction shall be Bailable for any of the Crimes which now are, or have been Denominated Capital Offenses since the Adoption of the Constitution…) Enacted as Resolves, 1837, c. 74 Approved at Sept. 11, 1837 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available
1839 Regular Session H.D. 19 Resolve to Amend the Constitution, Relative to the Time of Holding Annual State Elections, and the Setting of the Legislature Not Enacted  
1839 Regular Session S. D. 23 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of the State . (All Judicial Officers, Now in Office, or who may be hereafter Appointed, shall from and after the first Day of March, in the Year Eighteen Hundred and Forty, Hold their Offices for the Term of Seven Years...) Enacted as Resolves, 1839, c. 69 Approved at Sept. 9, 1839 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available
1841 Regular Session H. D. 27 Resolves, Proposing for Amendments to the Constitution in Relation to the Meeting of the Legislature, the Number of Representatives, and the Terms of Office of the Governor and Other State Officers ( 1. Shall the Constitution be Amended by Adopting the First Resolve for the Amendment of the Constitution , Passed by the Legislature, Proposing to Elect the Governor, Members of the Legislature and Other State Officers for the Term of Two Years, and that the Legislature Shall Meet Once in Two Years?; 2. Shall the Constitution be Amended by Adopting the Second Resolve passed by the Legislature for the Amendment of the Constitution, Proposing that the Number of Representatives shall be Established at One Hundred and Fifty One?) Enacted as Resolves, 1841, c. 181 Approved at Sept. 13, 1841 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available
1842 Regular Session S.D. 1 Report of Council in Relation to Amendments to the Constitution Not Enacted  
1842 Regular Session S.D. 4 Resolve to Amend the Constitution Not Enacted  
1843 Regular Session S.D. 28 Resolves to Amend the Constitution Relative to the Time of Holding the Annual Sessions of the Legislature, and the Time of Holding the Annual Elections Not Enacted  
1844 Regular Session S.D. 16 Resolves Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution in Relation to the Meeting of the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the legislature, Providing, that the Annual Meeting of the Legislature Shall be on the Second Wednesday of May, Instead of the First Wednesday of January...) Enacted as Resolves, 1844, c. 281 Approved at Sept. 9, 1844 Referendum. Yes: 42,044 No: 32,029
1844 Regular Session S.D. 38 Resolves to Amend the Constitution Relative to the Election of Representatives to the Legislature by Plurality of Votes Not Enacted  
1845 Regular Session S.D. 8 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution in Relation to the Election of Representatives to the Legislature Not Enacted  
1846 Regular Session S.D. 15 Resolve Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution in Relation to the Choice of Representatives to the Legislature Not Enacted  
1847 Regular Session S. D. 9 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution in Relation to Pledging the Credit of the State, and Creating a State Debt. (Shall the Constitution be Amended by Adding thereto the Following Words and Provisions: the Credit of the State Shall not be Loaned Directly or Indirectly in Any Case; and the Legislature Shall not Create Any Debt or Debts,...) Enacted as Resolves 1847, c. 29 Approved at Sept.13, 1847 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1847 Regular Session H. D. 10 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution in Relation to the Election of Governor, Senators and Members of the House of Representatives. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature, Providing, that the Governor, Senators and Members of the House of Representatives, shall be Elected by the "Highest Number ," instead of "a Majority" of Votes) Enacted as Resolves 1847, c. 45 Approved at Sept. 13, 1847 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1849 Regular Session H.D. 11 Resolves Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution, in Relation to the Meeting of the Legislature Enacted as Resolves 1849, c. 199 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1849 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1850 Regular Session H. D. 31 Resolve Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution in Relation to the Meeting of the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature Providing that the Meeting of the Legislature Shall be on the First Wednesday of January, instead of the Second Wednesday in May...) Enacted as Resolves 1850, c. 274 Approved at Sept. 9, 1850 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1854 Regular Session S.D. 3 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution, in Relation to the Election of Civil Officers Not Enacted
 
1855 Regular Session S.D. 9 Resolve Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution in Relating to the Elective Franchise. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature Providing that the Judges of Probate, Registers of Probate, Sheriffs and Municipal and Police Judges shall be Chosen by the People, and also Providing that Land Agent, Attorney General and Adjutant General Shall be Chosen by the Legislature...) Enacted as Resolves 1855, c. 273 Approved at Sept. 10, 1855 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1863 Regular Session H.D. 9 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution Relating to the Elective Franchise Not Enacted  
1864 Regular Session S.D. 22 Resolve Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution so as to Allow Soldiers Absent from the State to Vote for Governor, Senators, Representatives and County Officers. (Shall the Constitution be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature, Providing that Citizens of the State Absent Therefrom in the Military Service of The United States or of this State, shall not be Deemed to have Lost their Residence in this State by Reason of Such Absence , but shall be Allowed to Vote Wherever They may Be...) Enacted as Resolves 1864, c. 344 Approved at Sept. 12, 1864 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1865 Regular Session H.D. 28 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution to Provide for the Disfranchisement of Deserters from Military Service Not Enacted
 
1867 Regular Session S.D. 66 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution by the Repeal of Article Six of the Amendments Not Enacted  
1868 Regular Session S.D. 11 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution so as to Authorize a Limited Reimbursement of Municipal War Expenditures by Loaning the Credit of the State. (Shall the Constitution be Amended so as to Authorize the Assumption of Municipal War Debts by Loaning the Credit of the State to an Amount Not Exceeding in the Aggregate Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars?) Enacted with H.D. 124 as Resolves 1868, c. 276 Approved at Sept. 14, 1868 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1868 Regular Session S.D. 47 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution so as to Authorize a Limited Reimbursement of Municipal War Expenditures by Loaning the Credit of the State. Not Enacted  
1868 Regular Session H.D. 125 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution so as to Authorize a Limited Equalization of Municipal War Expenditures and Bounties by Loaning the Credit of the State Not Enacted
 
1869 Regular Session No House or Senate Document Number available. Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution Authorizing the Dividing of Towns into Voting Districts (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature, Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution Authorizing the Legislature to Divide Towns into Voting Districts) Enacted as Resolves 1869, c. 91 Approved at Sept. 13, 1869 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1869 Regular Session S.D. 41 Resolves Relating to Biennial Sessions of the Legislature and to Biennial Elections of Governor, Councilors, Secretary of state, Treasurer, Senators and Representatives and Attorney General , Judges and Registers of Probate, Adjutant and Quartermaster Generals, Sheriffs, Land Agent; and to Fix the Compensation of Senators and Representatives. Not Enacted
 
1871 Regular Session S.D. 2 Resolves Providing for Amendment of the Constitution Not Enacted    
1871 Regular Session H.D. 49 Resolve Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution so as to Authorize the Legislature to Call a Constitutional Convention Not Enacted
   
1872 Regular Session S.D. 2 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution so as to Authorize the Legislature to Call a Constitutional Convention Not Enacted
   
1872 Regular Session S.D. 14 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution, Relating to the Raising of Money for the Support of Common Schools Not Enacted
   
1873 Regular Session S.D. 33 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, so as to Provide for Biennial Elections Not Enacted
   
1873 Regular Session H.D. 47 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution, Conferring the Right of Suffrage on Women Not Enacted
 
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 6 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Rights of Religious Societies" Not Enacted
   
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 7 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Bribery at Elections)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.  
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 8 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "November Election" Not Enacted
   
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 9 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Biennial Elections and Biennial Sessions" Not Enacted
   
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 10 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Apportionment of Representatives" Not Enacted
   
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 11 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Election of Senators by Plurality Vote) Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.  
1875 Regular Session S.D.65 # 12 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Special Legislation and Corporations) Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.  
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 13 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "The Election of Governor by Plurality Vote" Not Enacted
   
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 14 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Removal of Officers by the Governor" Not Enacted
   
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 15 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Power of the Governor to Pardon)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.  
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 16 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Abrogation of the Council" Not Enacted
 
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 17 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Judges of Probate to be Appointed by the Governor" Not Enacted
 
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 18 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Appointment of Judges of Municipal and Police Courts)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1875 Regular Session S.D. 19 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit in Relation to Taxation)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 20 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Restrictions Upon Municipal Corporations" Not Enacted
 
1875 Regular Session S.D. 65 # 21 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Abolishing the Land Agency)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1875 Regular Session S.D.65 # 22 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Codification of the Amended Constitution)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Results of Referendum not Available.
1875 Regular Session S.D. 43 Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended by Resolves of the Legislature, Approved on the Twenty-fourth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five, to wit Constitutional Conventions)
Enacted as Resolves 1875, c. 98 Approved at Sept. 13, 1875 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1876 Regular Session H. 135 Resolve Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine. " Bribery at Elections" Not Enacted
 
1877 Regular Session H.D. 73 and H.D. 95 (Two proposed amendments combined into one Resolve) Resolves Providing for Certain Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution of the State of Maine be Amended, as Proposed by Resolves of the Legislature, approved on the ninth Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-seven, to wit: Electors and Municipal Indebtedness) Enacted as Resolves 1877, c. 292 Approved at Sept. 10, 1877 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1877 Regular Session H.D. 94 Resolve for Amendment of the Constitution. "Biennial Election of Governor, Senators and Representatives and Biennial Meetings of the Legislature" Not Enacted
 
1879 Regular Session H.D. 125 Resolutions Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature, Providing for Biennial Sessions of the Legislature; and that the Governor and Other State Officers Shall be Elected on the Second Monday of September Biennially) Enacted as Resolves 1879, c. 151 Approved at Sept. 8, 1879 Results of Referendum not Available.
1879 Regular Session H.D. 140 Resolutions Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine, Relating to Abrogation of the Council Not Enacted
 
1880 Regular Session (No Bill No. or Text of Bill available) Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution, so as to Elect the Governor by a Plurality, Instead of a Majority, of Votes. (Shall the Constitution be Amended so as to Provide for the Election of Governor by a Plurality, Instead of a Majority) Enacted as Resolves 1880, c. 159 Approved at Sept. 13, 1880 Referendum. Yes: 57.015 No: 35,402
1880 Regular Session H.D. 105 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution, Changing the Term of Office of Senators and Representatives. (Shall the Constitution be Amended so as to Change the Term of Office of Senators and Representatives) Enacted as Resolves 1880, c. 217 Approved at Sept. 13, 1880 Referendum. Results of Referendum not Available.
1881 Regular Session S.D. 89 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Relating to the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors Not Enacted
 
1881 Regular Session H.D. 111 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Relating to the Time of Holding Elections Not Enacted
 
1883 Regular Session H.D. 1 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution, Forever Prohibiting the Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors, and Prohibiting their Sale Except for Medicinal and Mechanical Purposes, and the Arts Not Enacted
 
1883 Regular Session H.D. 17 Resolves Providing for an Amendment of the Constitution, Forever Prohibiting the Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors and Prohibiting their Sale Except for Medicinal and Mechanical Purposes and the Arts. (Shall the Constitution be Amended so as to Prohibit Forever the Manufacture, Sale and Keeping for Sale of Intoxicating Liquors) Enacted as Resolves 1883, c. 93 Approved at Sept. 10, 1883 Referendum. Yes: 70,783 No: 23,811
1885 Regular Session H.D. 133 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution. "Election of Governor, Senators and Representatives shall be on Tuesday next after the First Monday of November" Not Enacted
 
1885 Regular Session H.D. 195 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution, Relative to Salaries of State and County Officers Not Enacted
 
1887 Regular Session H.D. 41 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of Maine. "Election of Governor, Senators and Representatives shall be on Tuesday next after the First Monday of November" Not Enacted
 
1887 Regular Session S.D. 32 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of Maine, so as to give to Women the Elective Franchise Not Enacted
 
1887 Regular Session S.D. 63 Resolves Concerning an Amendment of the Constitution Relative to Eligibility of the Treasurer of State. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature, Providing that the Treasurer of State shall not be Eligible more than Six Years Successively) Enacted as Resolves 1887, c. 80 Approved at Sept. 10, 1888 Referendum. Yes: 12,974 No: 10,249
1887 Regular Session S.D. 94 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of Maine, Providing for Annual Meetings of the Legislature Enacted as Resolves 1887, c. 114 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1888. Referendum. Results of Vote Not Available.
1889 Regular Session H.D. 17 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution of Maine. "Election of Governor, Senators and Representatives shall be on Tuesday next after the First Monday of November" Not Enacted
 
1891 Regular Session H.D. 260 Resolves Concerning an Amendment of the Constitution , Relative to Appointment of Adjutant General. (Shall The Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing that the Adjutant General and Quarter Master General Shall be Appointed by the Governor) Enacted as Resolves 1891, c. 100 Approved at Sept. 12, 1892 Referendum. Yes: 9,721 No: 9,509
1891 Regular Session S.D. 210 Resolves, Providing for an Educational Qualification of Voters. (Shall the Constitution be so Amended so as to Change the Qualification of Voters, as Proposed in Said Resolve) Enacted as Resolves 1891, c. 109 Approved at Sept. 12, 1892 Referendum. Yes: 25,775 No: 18,061
1893 Regular Session H.D. 381 Resolves Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution Forbidding the Appropriation or Use of Public Moneys or Public Property for any Sectarian or Ecclesiastical Purposes Not Enacted
 
1895 Regular Session H.D. 381 Resolves to Amend the Amendment to the Constitution for an Educational Qualification of Voters Not Enacted
 
1895 Regular Session S.D. 8 OTP-ND S.D. 126 Resolve Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution Relative to the Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness Not Enacted
 
1895 Regular Session S.D. 194 Resolves Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution Forbidding the Appropriation or Use of Public Moneys or Public Property for any Sectarian or Ecclesiastical Purposes Not Enacted
 
1897 Regular Session S.D. 207 Resolve for Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Election of Senators to Fill Vacancies. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing that Vacancies in the Senate, Arising from Death, Resignation, Removal From the State or Like Causes, shall be Filled by an Immediate Election in the Unrepresented District) Enacted as Resolves 1897, c. 259 Approved at Sept. 12, 1898 Referendum. Yes: 15,080 No: 1,856
1897 Regular Session S.D. 188 Resolve Concerning an Amendment to the Constitution Forbidding the Use of Money Raised by Taxation, for Sectarian or Ecclesiastical Purposes. Not Enacted
 
1899 Regular Session S.D. 124 Resolve Providing for a State Auditor Enacted as Resolves 1899, c. 116 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1900 Referendum. Results of Referendum Not Available.
1901 Regular Session H.D. 309 Resolve for an Amendment of the Constitution Abrogating and Annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the Eight Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Manufacturer and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors. Not Enacted
 
1903 Regular Session H.D. 393 Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine, Relative to Establishing a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum and a Direct Initiative by Petition and at Elections Not Enacted
 
1903 Regular Session H.D. 503 Resolves, Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness Not Enacted
 
1905 Regular Session H.D. 117 Resolves, Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution of the State Relating to the Taxation of Lands in Unincorporated Townships and of the Wild Lands, so Called, in the Plantations Not Enacted
 
1905 Regular Session H.D. 197 Resolves, Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four. Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors Not Enacted
 
1905 Regular Session S.D. 24 OTP-ND S.D. 244 Resolve, Proposing and Amendment to Article 4 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Establishing a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum, and a Direct Initiative by Petition and at General Elections Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session H.D.3 Resolves Proposing an Amendment of the Constitution Providing that the Rights of Citizens of the State to Vote and Hold Office shall not be Denied or Abridged on Account of Sex Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session H.D. 9 OTP-ND H.D. 441 Resolves, Proposing an Amendment to Article Four of the Constitution of Maine, Establishing a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum, and a Direct Initiative by Petition and at General or Special Elections. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Establishment of a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum and a Direct Initiative by Petition and at General or Special Elections?) Enacted as Resolves 1907, c. 121 Approved at Sept. 14, 1908 Referendum. Yes: 53,785 No: 24,543
1907 Regular Session H.D. 13 Resolve for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors. Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session H.D. 24 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section I, Article 11 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Relating to Qualifications of Electors Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session H.D. 32 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article Four of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Establishing a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum, and a Direct Initiative through Petition and at General or Special Elections Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session H.D. 441 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article Four of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Establishing a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum, and a Direct Initiative by Petition and at General or Special Elections Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session H.D. 446 Resolve, proposing an Amendment to Article Four of the Constitution of the state of Maine, Establishing a People's Veto through the Optional Referendum, and a Direct Initiative through Petition and at General or Special Elections Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session S.D. 2 Resolve for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors.
Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session S.D. 57 Resolve for an Amendment to Section 12, Article V, Part First, of the Constitution of the State of Maine Relating to the Power of the Governor to Cause the Laws to be Faithfully Executed Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session S.D. 156 Resolve for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling Article XXVI., being the Amendment to the Constitution Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors and being the Fifth Amendment to the Amended Constitution

Not Enacted
 
1907 Regular Session S.D. 168 Resolve to Amend Section Two of Article Ten of the Constitution of the State of Maine. (No Descriptive Title for the Referendum Question Available) Enacted with Senate Amendment "A" as Resolves 1907, c. 238 Approved at Sept. 14, 1908 Referendum. Yes: 47,981 No: 23,132
1907 Regular Session S.D. 308 Resolve for an Amendment to Section 12, Article V, Part First, of the Constitution of the State of Maine Relating to the Power of the Governor to Cause the Laws to be Faithfully Executed Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session H.D. 170 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Secretary of State, Treasurer and Attorney General by the Qualified Electors Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session H.D. 497 Resolve, Amending section Seven of Article Six of the Constitution of Maine, Relating to the Election of Judges by Direct Vote of the People. Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session S.D. 6 Resolve for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors.
Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session S.D. 11 Resolve for an Amendment to Section 12, Article V, Part First, of the Constitution of the State of Maine Relating to the Power of the Governor to Cause the Laws to be Faithfully Executed Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session S.D. 38 Resolve, to Amend Section 1 of Article Two of the Constitution of the state of Maine. "Qualifications of Electors" Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session S.D. 102 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Providing for the Election on the Tuesday Next after the First Monday in November Biennially of Governors, Senators, Representatives and Other Officers now Required to be Elected on the Second Monday of September Biennially Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session S.D. 285 Resolves Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution, Empowering the Governor to Remove Sheriffs Not Enacted
 
1909 Regular Session S.D. 325 Resolves Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution, Empowering the Governor to Remove Sheriffs Not Enacted
 
1911 Regular Session No Document Number or Text Located Resolve to Amend the Constitution with Reference to the Seat of Government. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by Resolution of the Legislature Providing the "Augusta is Hereby Declared to be the Seat of Government of This State") Enacted as Resolves 1911, c. 210 Approved at Sept. 11, 1911 Referendum. Yes: 59,678 No: 41,294
1911 Regular Session H.D. 9 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine, Conferring the Right of Suffrage on Women Not Enacted
 
1911 Regular Session H.D. 31 OTP-ND H.D. 754 OTP-ND H.D 759 (Enacted) Resolve to Amend Article Twenty-two of the Constitution, Relating to Cities of Forty Thousand Inhabitants or More to Increase the Municipal Indebtedness to Seven and One-half Per Centum. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by Resolution of the Legislature Providing that the Towns Having a Population of Forty Thousand Inhabitants or More, According to the Last Census taken by the United States, be Permitted to Create a Debt or Liability which Single or in the Aggregate Equals Seven and One-half Per Centum of its Last Regular Valuation and that the Increase in Amount of Debt be no Greater than One-quarter of One Per Centum, over the Present Rate of Five Per Cent in any One Year) Enacted as Resolves 1911, c. 221 Approved at Sept. 11, 1911 Referendum. Yes: 39,240 No: 38,712
1911 Regular Session S.D. 1 Resolve, for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors.
Not Enacted
 
1911 Regular Session S.D.9 Resolve, for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling Amendment Five Adopted on the Eight Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors.
Not Enacted
 
1911 Regular Session S.D. 74 Resolve, Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution by Abrogating and Annulling the Twenty-sixth Amendment Adopted on the 8th Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors. (Shall the Constitution be Amended so as to Abrogate and Annul the Twenty-sixth Amendment Adopted on the Eight Day of September, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty-Four, Relating to the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors?) Enacted as Resolves 1911, c. 35
Not Approved at Sept. 11, 1911 Referendum Yes: 60,095 No: 60,853
1911 Regular Session S.D. 261 Resolve, to Amend Section Eight of Article Nine of the Constitution of the State of Maine. "Special Tax to be Assessed on the Wildlands". Not Enacted
 
1912 Regular Session H.D. 1 (No Text of H.D.1 available). Resolve, Amending Article Nine of the Constitution , so as to Provide for a Bond Issue for State Highways. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Issuing of State Bonds for the Purposes of Building and Maintaining State Highways?) Enacted with Senate Amendment "A" as Resolves 1912, c. 1 Approved at Sept. 9, 1912 Referendum. Yes: 80,619 No: 21,454
1913 Regular Session H.D. 48 Resolve Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution by Striking Out in Article Four, Section Eleven the Words "Post-officers Excepted". Not Enacted
 
1913 Regular Session H.D. 245 Resolve, for an Amendment of the Constitution Providing for Local Option in Taxation. Not Enacted
 
1913 Regular Session H.D. 484 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Providing for the Election on the Tuesday Next after the First Monday in November Biennially of Governors, Senators, Representatives and Other Officers now Required to be Elected on the Second Monday of September Biennially O.N.T.P.
 
1913 Regular Session H.D. 581 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Providing for the Recall of Public Officers Not Enacted
 
1913 Regular Session H.D. 719 Resolve Providing for an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Sale and Manufacture of Intoxicating Liquors Not Enacted
 
1913 Regular Session S.D. 32 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Conferring the Right of Suffrage on Women Not Enacted
 
1913 Regular Session S.D. 145 Resolve for an Amendment of the Constitution Providing for the Proposal of Amendment by Initiative petition. Not Enacted
 
1913 Regular Session S.D. 385 Resolve, for an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Classification of Property for the Purposes of Taxation. (Shall the Constitution be Amended Providing for the Classification of Property for the Purposes of Taxation?) Enacted with House Amendment "A" as Resolves 1913, c. 264 Approved at Sept. 8, 1913 Referendum. Yes: 18,060 No: 8,157
1913 Regular Session S.D. 665 Resolve Relating to Amendments to the Constitution, Providing the Time of Elections for Adopting Said Amendments. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Permitting Amendments to the Constitution to be Voted Upon at Regular Elections?) Enacted with Senate Amendments "A" and "B" as Resolves, 1913, c. 354 Approved at Sept. 8, 1913 Referendum. Yes: 16,746 No: 6,741
1915 Regular Session H.D. 64 Resolve to Amend Article Twenty-two of the Constitution Relating to Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness Not Enacted
 
1915 Regular Session H.D. 494 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Giving Political Rights to Women Upon Equal Terms with Men Not Enacted
 
1915 Regular Session H.D. 505 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Providing for the Election on the Tuesday Next after the First Monday in November Biennially of Governors, Senators, Representatives and Other Officers now Required to be Elected on the Second Monday of September Biennially Not Enacted
 
1915 Regular Session S.D. 269 Resolve, to Amend Article Twenty-two of the Constitution, as Amended, Relating to Municipal Indebtedness of Cities Not Enacted
 
1917 Regular Session H.D. 47 Resolved, Amending Article Nine of the Constitution, So as to Provide for a Bond Issue for Permanent Improvement of Highways O.N.T.P.
 
1917 Regular Session H.D. 103 OTP-ND H.D. 488 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine, Authorizing the legislature to Divide Towns into Voting Districts for Purposes of Holding Elections. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Granting to the Legislature Power to Authorize the Division of Towns into more than One Election District for the Purpose of Holding State and National Elections?) Enacted as Resolves, 1917, c. 55 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1917 Referendum. Yes: 22,588 No: 24,593
1917 Regular Session H.D. 268 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Providing for the Election on Tuesday Next after the First Monday in November Biennially of Governors, Senators, Representatives and Other Officers Now Required to be Elected on the Second Monday of September Biennially O.N.T.P.
 
1917 Regular Session H.D. 423 OTP-ND (Text of New Draft not Available) Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Three of Part One of Article Four of the Constitution in Regard to the Apportionment of Representatives in the Event of Merger of Towns and Cities. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature, Allowing Representation in the House of Representatives to Remain as Formerly in the Event of the Merger of Towns and Cities?) Enacted as Resolves, 1917, c. 116 Approved at Sept. 10, 1917 Referendum. Yes: 22,013 No: 21,719
1917 Regular Session H.D. 424 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to Five (5) Article Four (4) of the Constitution Allowing Absent Voting Indef. P.P.  
1917 Regular Session S.D. 44 Resolve, Relating to an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the Dividing of Towns into Voting Districts O.N.T.P.
 
1917 Regular Session S.D. 52 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Relative to the Tenure of the Office of Sheriff. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Granting to the Governor, by the Consent and Advice of the Council, the Power to Remove Sheriffs who do not Faithfully and Efficiently Perform the Duties Imposed Upon Them by Law, and to Appoint Another Sheriff in his Place for the Remainder of the Term for which such Removed Sheriff was Elected?) Enacted as Resolves 1917, c. 30 Approved at Sept. 10, 1917 Referendum. Yes: 29,584 No: 5,416
1917 Regular Session S.D. 117 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Granting Suffrage to Women Upon Equal Terms with Men. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Granting Suffrage to Women Upon Equal Terms with Men?) Enacted as Resolves 1917, c. 4 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1917 Referendum. Yes: 20,604 No: 38,838
1917 Regular Session S.D. 367 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to Article 7 of the Constitution Relating to Military. (Shall Article Seven of the Constitution Relating to Military be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature?) Enacted as Resolves 1917, c. 55 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1917 Referendum. Yes: 20,585 No: 23,912
1917 Regular Session S.D. 427 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relative to the Authority of the Legislature to Impose Taxes Referred to Next Legislature. Not Enacted  
1919 Regular Session H.D. 10 OTP-ND H.D. 98 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine, Empowering the Legislature to Authorize Towns to have More than One Voting Place for All State and National Elections. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Granting to the Legislature Power to Authorize Towns to Have More than One Voting Place for All State and National Elections?) Enacted with House Amendment "A" as Resolves 1919, c. 22 Approved at Sept. 13, 1920 Referendum. Yes: 76,129 No: 29,333
1919 Regular Session H.D. 18 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Five, Article Four, Part First, of the Constitution, as Amended by the Twenty-third Amendment, Relating to Absent Voting Not Enacted  
1919 Regular Session H.D. 64 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, Granting the Legislature the Right to Enact Necessary Legislation for Compulsory Voting at Elections O.N.T.P.  
1919 Regular Session H.D. 65 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to Article Seven of the Constitution Relating to Military (Shall Article Seven of the Constitution Relating to Military be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature?) Enacted as Resolves 1919, c. 24 Approved at Sept. 8, 1919 Referendum Yes: 15,826 No: 11,020
1919 Regular Session H.D. 166 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section One of Article Two of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing for the Continuation of the Right of Suffrage to a Person Otherwise Qualified to Vote for Governor, Senators, and Representatives in this State, in the Town or Plantation where His Residence for Suffrage Purposes has been Established, for a Period of Three Months after his Removal therefrom to Another Town or Plantation within this State. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Continuation of the Right of Suffrage to a Person Otherwise Qualified to Vote for Governor, Senators, and Representatives in this State, in the Town or Plantation where His Residence for Suffrage Purposes has been Established, for a Period of Three Months after his Removal therefrom to Another Town or Plantation within this State?) Enacted as Resolves 1919, c. 108 Approved at Sept. 8, 1919 Referendum. Yes: 22,024 No: 6,751
1919 Regular Session H.D. 314 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing for Holding the Biennial State Election on Tuesday Next after the First Monday in November O.N.T.P.  
1919 Regular Session S.D. 2 Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relative to the Authority of the Legislature to Impose Taxes O.N.T.P.

 
1919 Regular Session S.D. 30 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine and Providing for the Election of the Attorney General by the People
O.N.T.P.

 
1919 Regular Session S.D. 33 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine and Providing for the Election of State Treasurer by Direct Vote of the People O.N.T.P.  
1919 Regular Session S.D. 168 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article Nine of the Constitution so as to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purposes of Building and Maintaining Public Wharves and for the Establishment of Adequate Port Facilities in the State of Maine. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Issuing of State Bonds for the Purposes of Building and Maintaining Public Wharves and for the Establishment of Adequate Port Facilities in the State of Maine?) Enacted as Resolves 1919, c. 110 Approved at Sept. 8, 1919 Referendum. Yes: 22,637 No: 6,777

1919 Regular Session S.D. 197 OTP-ND S.D. 255 Resolve, Amending Article IX of the Constitution, as Amended by Article XXXV of the Constitution, Increasing the Amount of Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Providing for the Building of Intrastate, Interstate and International Bridges. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Intrastate, Interstate and International Bridges?) Enacted as Resolves 1919, c. 168 Approved at Sept. 8, 1919 Referendum. Yes: 26,228 No: 5,125
1919 Regular Session S.D. 202 OTP-ND S.D. 293 Resolve, Amending Article IX of the Constitution as Amended by Article XXXV of the Constitution Increasing the State Debt Limit (Shall the Constitution be Amended by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for an Increase in the State Debt Limit?) Enacted as Resolves 1919, c.155 Approved at Sept. 8, 1919 Referendum. Yes: 21,542 No: 7,080
1919 Special Session No Document Number Available. Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article Nine of the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Germany. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Issuance of State Bonds for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Germany?) Enacted with House Amendment "A" as Resolves 1919, c. 173 Approved at Sept. 13, 1920 Referendum. Yes: 105,712 No: 32,820
1919 Special Session No Document Number Available. Resolve, Amending Section Eight of Article IX of the Constitution as Amended by Article XXXVI of the Constitution Providing for an Income Tax (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the legislature Providing that the Legislature shall have the Power to Lay and Collect Taxes on Incomes from Whatever Source Derived?) Enacted with House Amendment "A" and Senate Amendment "A" as Resolves 1919, c. 179 Not Approved at Sept. 13, 1920 Referendum. Yes: 53,975 No: 64,787
1921 Regular Session No Document Number Available. Never Printed Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine so as to Allow Towns and Cities to Adopt or Amend their Charters. Not Enacted  
1921 Regular Session H.D. 55 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article IV, Part Third, Section Fourteen of the Constitution, in Regard to Charters of Towns and Cities, and Providing that Towns and Cities having More than Five Thousand May by Majority Vote of the Inhabitants Adopt or Amend their Charters Subject to Such Limitation as May be Prescribed by the Legislature. etc. O.N.T.P.  
1921 Regular Session H.D. 262 Resolve, Amending Section Eight of Chapter Nine of the Constitution as Amended by Article Thirty-six of the Constitution Providing for an Income Tax O.N.T.P.  
1921 Regular Session H.D. 325 OTP-ND H.D. 464 Resolve, Amending the Constitution of Maine so as to Authorize the Conservation, Storage, Control and Use of Waters and the Development, Improvement, Transmission, Utilization, Electric Interconnection, Control and Sale of Water Powers by the State and the Taxation of Water Powers, Water Privileges and the Hydro-Electric Energy Generation Therefrom. (New Title): Resolve, Amending the Constitution of Maine so as to Authorize the Conservation, Storage, Control and Use of Waters and the Development, Improvement, Transmission, Utilization, Electric Interconnection, Control and Sale of Water Powers by the State O.N.T.P.  
1921 Regular Session H.D. 416 Resolve, Amending Section Seventeen of Article Nine of the Constitution , so as to Permit the Use of the Proceeds of State Highway Bonds for the Construction of State Aid Highways (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Issue of Highway Bonds for the Building of State Aid Highways?) Enacted as Resolves 1921, c. 141 Not Approved at Sept. 12, 1921 Referendum. Yes: 9,924 No: 16,194
1921 Regular Session S.D. 1 Resolve. Proposing an Amendment to Section Five, Article Four, Part First, of the Constitution, as Amended by the Twenty-third Amendment, Relating to Absent Voting. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Allowing Voters Absent from Voting Districts on the Day of Election, to Vote?) Enacted with Senate Amendment "A" as Resolves 1921, c. 87 Approved at Sept. 12, 1921 Referendum Yes: 14,410 No: 11,670

1921 Regular Session S.D. 161 Resolve, Proposing Amendments to Sections One, Two, Four, and Five of Part Two of Article Four of the Constitution, Increasing the Number of State Senators, and Providing a Fixed Basis for their Apportionment Indef. P.P.  
1921 Regular Session S.D.221 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article Nine of the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Spain. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Issuance of State Bonds for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Spain?) Enacted as Resolves 1921, c. 175 Not Approved at Sept. 12 1921 Referendum.. Yes: 11,969 No: 15316
1923 Regular Session H.D. 18 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Providing for the Election on Tuesday Next after the First Monday in November Biennially of Governors, Senators, Representatives and Other Officers Now Required to be Elected on the Second Monday of September Biennially O.N.T.P.  
1923 Regular Session H.D. 108 Resolve, Amending Section three of article Four, Part First, of the Constitution as Amended by Resolution Adopted by the Legislature April Seventh, Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen, Adopted by the People September Seventeenth, Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen and Proclaimed by the Governor September Twenty-fifth, Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen, Relating to Apportionment O.N.T.P.  
1923 Regular Session H.D. 459 Resolve, Amending Article IX of the Constitution as Amended by Article XXXV of the Constitution and as Amended by Article XLIII Increasing the Amount of Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and State Aid Highways and Providing for the Building of Intrastate, Interstate and International Bridges Committee of Conference Unable to Agree  
1923 Regular Session S.D. 9 OTP-ND H.D. 233 Resolve, Amending the Constitution of the State of Maine, so as to Limit Appropriations for Denominational, Sectarian, Parochial, or Religious Institutions and Purposes Until December Thirty-first, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty, and so as to Prohibit such Appropriations after December Thirty-first, nineteen hundred and Thirty Failed Final Passage  
1923 Regular Session S.D. 12 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the Regulation of Advertising Signs in Public View O.N.T.P.  
1923 Regular Session S.D. 30 OTP-ND S.D. 294 Resolve, Amending Article IX of the Constitution, Increasing the Amount of Bonds to be Issued for the Purposes of Building a Bridge Across the Kennebec River between the City of Bath and the Town of Woolwich Committee of Conference Unable to Agree  
1923 Regular Session S.D. 58 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting the Use of Public Funds for Sectarian Schools Indef. P.P.  
1923 Regular Session S.D. 107 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine Authorizing the Conservation, Storage and Control of the Waters within the State O.N.T.P.  
1923 Regular Session S.D. 152 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Permitting the Classification of Property for the Purposes of Taxation and the Assessment of Different Classes at Different Rates O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 11. H.P. 29 Resolve, proposing an Amendment to Section Eight, Article Nine, of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing that No Tax on Incomes and on Inheritances Shall be Levied O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 26, H.P. 116 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting the Use of Funds for Other than Public Institutions and Public Purposes O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 59, H.P. 293 Resolve, Amending the Constitution of the State of Maine as so to Prohibit Appropriations for Denominational, Sectarian, Parochial, or Religious Institutions and Purposes after December Thirty-first, Nineteen Hundred and twenty-six. O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 78, H.P. 381 OTP-ND H.D. 465, H.P. 1241 An Act to Amend Article Eight of the Constitution of the State of Maine Referring to Education. (New Title): Resolve, to Amend Article Eight of the Constitution of the State of Maine Referring to Education Indef. P.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 97, H.P. 495 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Maine, Changing the Date of the state Election from the Second Monday of September to the Tuesday after the First Monday of November. O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 216, H.P. 894 Resolve, Amending Section Seventeen of Article Nine of the Constitution of the State of Maine Providing for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Interstate and International Bridges O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 288, H.P. 1062 Resolve, Amending Section Eight of Chapter Nine of the Constitution as Amended by Article Thirty-six of the Constitution Providing for an Income Tax O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session H.D. 365, H.P. 1148 Resolve, Amending Article IX of the Constitution, Authorizing the Issuing of Bonds to be Used for the Purpose of Building a Bridge Across the Kennebec River between the Town of Richmond and the Town of Dresden O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session S.D. 7, S.P. 9 Resolve, Amending Section Seventeen of Article Nine of the Constitution O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session S.D. 9, S.P. 10 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting the Use of Funds for Sectarian Schools Failed Final Passage  
1925 Regular Session S.D. 31, S.P. 40 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting the Use of Public Funds for Other than Public Institutions and Public Purposes (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Prohibiting the Use of Public Funds for Other than Public Institutions and Public Purposes?) Enacted as Resolves 1925, c. 58 Not Approved at Sept. 13, 1926 Referendum. Yes: 65,349 No: 94,148
1925 Regular Session S.D. 114, S.P, 305 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, Providing Authority to the Legislature to Require Compulsory Voting O.N.T.P.  
1925 Regular Session S.D. 115, S.P. 288 OTP-ND S.D. 243, S.P. 580 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article IX of the Constitution Authorizing the Issuing of Bonds to be Used for the Purpose of Building a Bridge Across the Kennebec River Between the City of Bath and the Town of Woolwich. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building a Highway or Combination Highway and Railroad Bridge Across the Kennebec River, Between the City of Bath and the Town of Woolwich?) Enacted as Resolves 1925, c. 71 Approved at Sept. 14, 1925 Referendum. Yes: 54,107 No: 8,228
1925 Regular Session S.D. 196, S.P. 519 OTP-ND S.D. 314, S.P. 650 Resolve, Amending Section Seventeen of Article Nine of the Constitution of Maine . (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Intrastate, Interstate and International Bridges?) Enacted as Resolves 1925, c. 118 Approved at Sept. 14, 1925 Referendum. Yes: 49,821 No: 10,332
1925 Regular Session S.D. 197 S.P. 518 Resolve, Amending Section Seventeen, Article Nine of the Constitution as Amended by Article Thirty-five of the Constitution, and as Amended by Chapter One Hundred Sixty-eight, Resolves of Nineteen Hundred Nineteen, Increasing the Amount of Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Providing for the Building of Intrastate, Interstate and International Bridges O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session H.D. 26, H.P. 68 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Seventeen of Article Nine of the Constitution to Provide for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Bridges O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session H.D.30, H.P. 1149 Resolve, proposing an Amendment to Section Fourteen of Article Five, Part First, of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing for the Election of a Governor to Fill a Vacancy in that Office. O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session H.D. 68, H.P. 281 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the Regulation of Advertising Signs in Public View O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session S.D. 147, S.P. 370 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Eight of Article Nine, of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Fixing the Maximum Rate on Intangibles O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session S.D. 148, S.P. 371 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Eight of Article Nine, of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing that No Tax on Inheritance shall be Levied O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session S.D. 149, S.P. 372 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Eight of Article Nine, of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing that No Tax on Income shall be Levied O.N.T.P.  
1927 Regular Session S.D. 213, S.P. 439 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Section Eight of Article Nine, of the Constitution of the State of Maine, Providing that No Taxes on Intangibles be Levied O.N.T.P.  
1929 Regular Session H.D. 446, H.P. 1301 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Additional Issue of Bridge Bonds O.N.T.P.  
1929 Regular Session S.D.76, S.P. 166 OTP-ND S.D.394, S.P. 740 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Additional Issue of Highway and Bridge Bonds. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to Be Issued for the Purpose of Building State Highways and Intrastate, Interstate and International Bridges?) Enacted with Senate Amendment "C" as Resolves 1929, c. 177 Approved at Sept. 9, 1929 Referendum. Yes: 58,607 No: 43,189
1929 Regular Session S.D. 221, S.P. 542 OTP-ND S.D. 387, S.P. 730 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article IX of the Constitution Authorizing the Issuing of Bonds for the Purpose of Building a Bridge Across the Penobscot River, to be Known as the Waldo-Hancock Bridge. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Building a State Highway Bridge Across the Penobscot River, from Either the Town of Prospect or the Town of Stockton Springs to Either the Town of Bucksport or the Town of Verona?) Enacted as Resolves 1929, c. 147 Approved at Sept. 9, 1929 Referendum. Yes: 58,206 No: 43,844
1929 Regular Session S.D. 244, S.P. 575 OTP-ND S.D. 391, S.P. 738 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Filling Councilor Vacancies. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Filling of Vacancies in the Council?) Enacted as Resolves 1929, c. 141 Approved at Sept. 9, 1929 Referendum. Yes: 62,075 No: 32,527
1929 Regular Session S.D. 298, S.P. 650 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Sessions of the Legislature Referred to the Next Legislature. Not Enacted.  
1929 Regular Session S.D. 341, S.P. 625 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article IX of the Constitution Authorizing the Issuing of Bonds to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Spain O.N.T.P.  
1931 Regular Session L.D. 280, S.P. 290 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Eliminating the Office of the Treasurer of State and Establishing a State Budget System O.N.T.P.  
1931 Regular Session L.D. 440, H.P. 998 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relative to the Authority of the Legislature to Impose a Tax on Incomes O.N.T.P.  
1931 Regular Session L.D. 547, H.P. 1014 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article IX of the Constitution for the Purpose of Completing Payment of a Bonus to Maine Soldiers and Sailors in the War with Spain O.N.T.P.  
1931 Regular Session L.D.__ No LD Number Available. S.P. 12 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Sessions of the Legislature Legislation was Inexpedient. Not Enacted.  
1931 Regular Session L.D. 1055, S.P. 629 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, to Provide for the Number of Senators. (Shall the Constitution be Amended by a Resolution of the Legislature, Providing for Members of the Senate?) Enacted with Senate Amendment "A" as Resolves 1931, c. 133 Approved at Sept. 14, 1931 Referendum. Yes: 9,709 No: 8,972
1933 Regular Session L.D. 4, H.P. 16 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, Proposing Changing the Date of the Biennial Election O.N.T.P.  
1933 Regular Session L.D. 44, H.P. 49 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, Increasing the Limit of Municipal Indebtedness O.N.T.P.  
1933 Regular Session L.D. 56, H.P. 104 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, Relating to the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors. O.N.T.P.  
1933 Regular Session L.D. 262, H.P. 851 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Raising the State Debt Limit Indef. P.P.  
1933 Regular Session L.D. 265, H.P. 858 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to Article 31 to the Constitution. O.N.T.P.  
1933 Regular Session L.D. 463, S.P. 286 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, to Authorize the Use of Voting Machines in Elections. (Shall the Constitution be mended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Authorizing the Use of Voting Machines in Elections?) Enacted as Resolves 1933, c. 81 Not Approved at Sept. 11, 1933 Referendum. Yes: 57,230 No: 64,553
1933 Regular Session L.D. 643, H.P. 1102 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, Providing for filling of Vacancies in the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1933 Regular Session L.D. 626, H.P. 1117 OTP-ND L.D. 1046, H.P. 1734 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue, the Proceeds to be Disbursed for the Relief of Conditions Threatening the Peace, Health and Safety of the Inhabitants of the State or Political Subdivisions thereof. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for the Raising of the State Debt Limit, for Excepting Loans from the State from Municipal Debt Limit and for the Issuance of Bonds, the Proceeds of which are to be Disbursed Directly or by Loans to Cities, Towns and Plantations for the Emergency Relief of Conditions Threatening the Peace, Health and Safety of the Inhabitants of State or any Political Subdivision thereof, and for No Other Purpose?) Enacted as Resolves 1933, c. 203 Not Approved at Sept. 11, 1933 Referendum. Yes: 47,678 No: 81,023
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 22, H.P. 7 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Increase of the State Debt Limit. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for an Increase of the State Debt Limit?) Enacted as Resolves 1933, c. 222 Approved at Sept. 10,1934 Referendum. Yes: 117,046 No: 91,515
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 25, H.P. 10 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue, the Proceeds of Which to be Disbursed for the Construction, Improvement and Equipment of State Buildings. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Construction, Improvement and Equipment of State Buildings?) Enacted as Resolves 1933, c. 223 Approved at Sept. 10,1934 Referendum. Yes: 123,843 No: 79,906
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 34, H.P. 19 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the Biennial Election    
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 35, H.P. 20 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the Biennial Election in the Years of National Elections O.N.T.P.  
1933 Dec. Special Session
L.D. 38, H.P. 23 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing the Office of Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 106, S.P. 38 Resolve, Proposing a Modification of the Twenty-sixth Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Intoxicating Liquors by repealing the Amendment as it Now Stands and Substituting in Place Thereof a New Amendment O.N.T.P.  
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 135, H.P. 130 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relative to the Authority of the Legislature to Impose a Tax on Incomes O.N.T.P.  
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 138, H.P. 137 Resolve, Proposing the Repeal of the Twenty-sixth Amendment to the Constitution, Relating to the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors. (Shall the Constitution be Amended by the Repeal of the 26th Amendment Relating to the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors?) Enacted as Resolves 1933, c. 219 Approved at Sept. 10,1934 Referendum. Yes: 161,893 No: 85,363
1933 Dec. Special Session L.D. 198, S.P. 75 Resolve, proposing an Amendment to the Article 31 of the Amendments to the Constitution Died Between Houses  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 25, S.P. 114 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Authorize the Use of Voting Machines in Elections. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Authorizing the Use of Voting Machines in Elections?) Enacted as Resolves 1935, c. 110 Approved at Sept. 9, 1935 Referendum. Yes: 17,855 No: 10,996
1935 Regular Session L.D. 46, H.P. 144 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Filling Vacancies in the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 54, S.P. 138 Resolve, Proposing that Judges and Registers of Probate be Appointed Rather than Elected O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 142, S.P. 192 OTP-ND L.D. 757, S.P. 626 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Longer Residence to Qualify as a Voter. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Longer Residence of 6 Months Instead of 3 Months to Qualify as a Voter?) Enacted as Resolves 1935, c. 81 Approved at Sept. 9, 1935 Referendum. Yes: 23,269 No: 5,540
1935 Regular Session L.D. 147, S.P. 193 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the Biennial Election O.N.T.P.
 
1935 Regular Session L.D. 170, H.P. 591 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 187, S.P. 214 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 206, S.P. 244 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Election of the Attorney General O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 345, S.P. 330 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing the Office of the Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 348, S.P. 355 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing the Limit of Municipal Indebtedness O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 477, S.P. 442 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Additional Issue of Highway Bonds. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for an Increase in the Amount of State Bonds to be Issued for the Purpose of Matching Federal Aid Money Available for the Construction of State Highways?) Enacted as Resolves 1935, c. 96 Approved at Sept. 9, 1935 Referendum. Yes: 19,074 No: 9,915
1935 Regular Session L.D. 589, H.P. 1327 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Legislature to a One Body System O.N.T.P.  
1935 Regular Session L.D. 935, No H.P. or S.P. Number Assigned Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue, the Proceeds of Which to be Disbursed for the Furnishing and Paying of Additional Funds Necessary Maintenance, Interest and Retirement of Bonds Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for a Bond Issue for Furnishing and Paying any Additional Funds Necessary for the Maintenance, Interest and Retirement of Bonds Issued by the Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District?) Enacted with Senate Amendment "A" as Resolves 1935, c. 133 Approved at Sept. 9, 1935 Referendum. Yes: 21,383 No: 8,375
1937 Regular Session L.D. 13, S.P. 49 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Change in the Terms of Office of Judges of Municipal Courts O.N.T.P.  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 53, H.P. 119 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Change in the Term of Office of Sheriffs LV/WD  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 109, H.P. 365 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Longer Residence to Qualify as a Voter. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide For Longer Residence to Qualify as a Voter?) Enacted as Resolves 1937, c. 4 Approved at Sept. 12, 1938 Referendum. Yes: 125,996 No: 79,342
1937 Regular Session L.D. 117, H.P. 364 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Change in the Term of Office of Sheriffs O.N.T.P.  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 222, H.P. 678 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 478, H.P. 1284 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing the Limit of Municipal Indebtedness Not Enacted  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 625, H.P. 1429 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Election of the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 728, H.P. 1430 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 775, H.P. 1636 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Number of Signers on Referendum Petitions O.N.T.P.  
1937 Regular Session L.D. 847, H.P. 1636 House Amendment "A" to Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Number of Signers on Referendum Petitions (H.P. 1636)( L.D. 775)
O.N.T.P.  
1939 Regular Session L.D. 65, H.P. 249 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution, to Provide for the Number of Senators O.N.T.P.  
1939 Regular Session L.D. 192, H.P. 558 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Election of the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.
 
1939 Regular Session L.D. 193, H.P. 559 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.
 
1939 Regular Session L.D. 194, H.P. 560 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Permitting Paupers to Vote O.N.T.P.  
1939 Regular Session L.D. 241, S.P. 197 OTP-ND L.D. 1210, S.P. 693
Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Additional Issue of Highway Bonds Enacted as Resolves 1939, c. 94 Not Approved at Sept. 11, 1939 Referendum. Yes: 16,500 No: 21,265
1939 Regular Session L.D. 724, H.P. 1640 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing the Limit of Municipal Indebtedness O.N.T.P.  
1939 Regular Session L.D. 805, S.P. 379 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue, the Proceeds of which to be Disbursed for the Construction, Improvement and Equipment of State Buildings. LV/WD  
1939 Regular Session L.D. 903, H.P. 1755 Resolve, Authorizing Additional Issue of Highway Bonds Legislation was Inexpedient. Not Enacted.  
1939 Regular Session L.D. 932, H.P. 1639 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide a Limitation of Indebtedness for Counties O.N.T.P.  
1940 Special Session L.D. 1254, S.P. 770 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Office of Treasurer Failed to be Enacted  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 49, S.P. 75 OTP-ND L.D. 1130 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Office of Treasurer State and Ratifying and Approving a Legislative Enabling Act Providing for the Appointment of the Treasurer Upon Approval of this Resolve Died Between Houses  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 59, H.P. 104 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 101, S.P. 100 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide that All Revenue Accruing from Motor Vehicle Registration, Operators' Licenses, Motor Vehicle Fuel Excise Taxes and any Other Special Charges or Taxes on the Operation of Motor Vehicles shall be Used Solely for Highway and Bridge Construction Maintenance and Supervision O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 215, S.P. 179 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing an issue of Highway Bonds, and Preventing the Use of Funds Derived from Motor Vehicle Taxation on Other than Highway and Bridge Purposes O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 503, S.P. 294 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for a Four Year Term for Governor O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 660, S.P. 343 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor with the Advice and Consent of the Council, for a Term of Four Years O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 669, S.P. 354 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor with the Advice and Consent of the Council, for a Term of Four Years Died Between Houses  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 685, S.P. 352 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of the State Treasurer by the Governor with the Advice and Consent of the Council, for a Term of Four Years O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 686, S.P. 353 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for a Four Year Term for Governor O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 690, S.P. 330 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Construction, Improvement and Equipment of State Buildings O.N.T.P.  
1941 Regular Session L.D. 730, H.P. 1425 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of the Attorney-general by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court O.N.T.P.
 
1941 Regular Session L.D. 769, H.P. 1391 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Adjustment of Real Estate Taxation O.N.T.P.  
1943 Regular Session L.D. 136, H.P. 186 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Clarifying the Apportionment of Representatives to the Legislature Indef. P.P.  
1943 Regular Session L.D. 339, S.P. 233 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit to Highway Purposes the Use of Revenues Derived from the Taxation of Vehicles Used on the Public Highways, and Fuels Used for Propulsion of Such Vehicles. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature, Limiting to Highway Purposes the Use of Revenues Derived from the Taxation of Vehicles Used on Public Highways and Fuels Used for Propulsion of Such Vehicles?) Enacted as Resolves 1943, c. 53 Approved at Sept. 11, 1944 Referendum. Yes: 139,805 No: 33,172
1943
Regular Session
L.D. 513, S.P. 339 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Minimum Age of Voters from Twenty-one Years to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1943 Regular Session L.D. 644, S.P. 357 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Adoption of Amendments to the Constitution Failed Final Passage  
1943 Regular Session L.D. 645, S.P. 358 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for Four Year Terms for Governor O.N.T.P.  
1943 Regular Session L.D. 720, S.P. 420 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Number of Voters Necessary to Initiate Referendums O.N.T.P.
 
1943 Regular Session L.D. 742, H.P. 1242 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Election of the Governors' Council by the People O.N.T.P.  
1943 Regular Session L.D. 743, H.P. 1243 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Times of Meetings of the Legislature Referred to the next Legislature. Not Enacted.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. __, (No LD Number Assigned) , S.P. 30 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Times of Meetings of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. __ ,(No LD Number Assigned) S.P. 116 Resolve, Amending Article IX of the Constitution of Maine LV/WD  
1945 Regular Session L.D. 342, S.P. 137 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Lowering the Voting Age O.N.T.P.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. 347, S.P. 168 OTP-ND L.D. 1172, S.P. 444 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for permanent Sites and Locations of Public Wharves and Port Facilities (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution so as to Provide for a $10,500,000 Bond Issue for the Purposes of Building and Maintaining Public Wharves and for the Establishment of Adequate Port Facilities and Fish Piers in the Cities of Portland and Rockland in the State of Maine, Including Permanent Sites and Locations O.N.T.P.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. 546, H.P. 960 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. 754, H.P. 1195 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor with the Advice and Consent of the Council, Upon Nomination by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court O.N.T.P.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. 832, S.P. 319 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Increase the Tenure of Sheriffs to Four Years O.N.T.P.  
1945 Regular Session L.D. 887, H.P. 1264 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Exempt All Intangible Property from Taxation O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1194, S.P. 456 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Cash Bonus of $500 to Maine Veterans in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1198, H.P. 1491 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Providing a Revolving Fund for Loans to Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1211, S.P. 469 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Sliding-scale Bonus to Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1224, H.P. 1510 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus of $100 and $200 to Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Veterans of World War II and for the Payment of Other Veteran's Benefits and to Provide for the Payment of Such Bonds by Additional Cigarette and Liquor Taxes and Miscellaneous Taxes. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolve of the Legislature Providing for the Issuing of State Bonds for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus of $150 to Maine Veterans of World War II and for the Payment of Other Veterans' Benefits and to Provide for the Payment of Such Bonds by Additional Cigarette and Liquor Taxes and Miscellaneous Taxes?) Enacted with House Amendment "A" L.D. 1254 and House Amendment "A" to House Amendment "A" as Resolves 1945, c. 121 Not Approved at Sept. 9, 1946 Referendum. Yes: 59, 725 No: 108,467
1946 Special Session L.D. 1230, S.P. 474 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Cash Bonus to Maine Veterans in World War II Based on Length of Service O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1232, H.P. 1514 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Cash Bonus of $200 to Maine Veterans in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1237, H.P. 1513 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Cash Bonus or Bonus Certificate to Maine Veterans in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1238, H.P. 1512 OTP-ND L.D. 1244, H.P. 1529 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Payment of a Bonus to or Insurance Premiums for Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II and for Payment of Other veterans' Benefits and to Provide for the Payment of Such Bonds by a Sales Tax Failed Final Passage  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1248, House Amendment "A" to L.D. 1244 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Payment of a Bonus to or Insurance Premiums for Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II and for Payment of Other Veterans' Benefits and to Provide for the Payment of Such Bonds by a Sales Tax Failed Final Passage  
1946 Special Session L.D. 1254, House Amendment "A" to L.D. 1224 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus of $100 and $200 to Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II Enacted with L.D. 1224 as Resolves 1945, c. 121 See L.D. 1224 for Referendum Results.
1947 Regular Session L.D. 31, H.P. 33 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of the Governor to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 36, S.P. 60 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Correct a Clerical Error Regarding the Apportionment of the Number of Representatives O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 59, H.P. 56 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 124, H.P. 171 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Defining the Rights and Responsibilities of Labor O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 238, S.P. 107 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution for Additional Signers in Petitions for Referendum. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Additional Signers in Petitions for Referendum?) Enacted with Committee Amendment "A" as Resolves 1947, c. 37 Approved at Sept. 13, 1948 Referendum. Yes: 68,237 No: 65,698
1947 Regular Session L.D. 286, S.P. 127 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Election Date for Amendments to the Constitution O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 485, H.P. 844 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Increase of the Municipal Debt Limit to Ten Per Cent of the Last Regular Municipal Valuation O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 986, H.P. 1395 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for a Limitation on the Power to Assess Taxes upon Real and Personal Estate O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1060, S.P. 378 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Cash Bonus of $500 to Maine Veterans in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1062, S.P. 379 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Sliding Scale Bonus to Members of the Military and Naval Forces of World War II O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1071, H.P. 1467 OTP-ND L.D. 1479, H.P. 1737 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Veterans in World War II and to Provide for the Payment Thereof by Running Horse Racing and Dog Racing. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Veterans in World War II and to Provide for the Payment Thereof by Running Horse Racing O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1090, H.P. 1489 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Rate of Income Tax to not more than Five Percent O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1174, H.P. 1544 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Lower Age to Qualify as a Voter O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1206, S.P. 420 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide Election of Members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1208, S.P. 422 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Creating the Office of Lieutenant-governor and Providing for Succession of Office of the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1231, S.P. 438 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue to Pay a Bonus not to Exceed Three Hundred Dollars to Maine Veterans of World War II O.N.T.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1255, S.P. 451 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Authorize a Bond Issue for the Construction and Reconstruction of State and State Aid Roads and Bridges, and to Provide Means of Amortizing of Same LV/WD  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1281, H.P. 1615 OTP-ND L.D. 1507, H.P. 1760 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing Additional Issue of Highway and Bridge Bonds Indef. P.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1308, S.P. 468 OTP-ND L.D. 1436, S.P. 527
Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Indebtedness on municipalities by Public or Quasi-Municipal Corporations to Twenty Per Cent of the State Valuation. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Indebtedness on municipalities by Public or Quasi-Municipal Corporations to Fifteen Per Cent of the Last Regular Valuation of a City or Town Indef. P.P.  
1947 Regular Session L.D. 1459, H.P. 1727 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Regulate Traveling Expenses of Members of the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Regulate Traveling Expenses of Members of the Legislature?) Enacted as Resolves 1947, c. 153 Approved at Sept 13, 1948 Referendum. Yes: 77,716 No: 62,236
1949 Regular Session L.D. 1, H.P. 4 OTP-ND L.D. 1585, H.P. 2099 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing Additional Issue of Highway and Bridge Bonds Failed of Final Passage. Not Enacted.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 8, S.P. 35 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of the Office of Governor to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 14, H.P. 51 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election Indef. P.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 30, S.P. 48 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Codify the Constitution. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Codify the Constitution?) Enacted as Resolves 1949, c. 29 Approved at Sept. 11, 1950 Referendum. Yes: 106,433 No: 44,688
1949 Regular Session L.D. 72, S.P. 84 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators to Four-year Terms Indef. P.P.
 
1949 Regular Session L.D. 216, H.P. 664 OTP-ND L.D. 1599, H.P. 2109 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Bonus to Maine Veterans of World War II and to Provide for the Payment thereof by a State Lottery. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying for the Issue of Paid-up Life Insurance Policies to Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II. Indef. P.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 373, H.P. 921 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Sessions of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 391, S.P. 260 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 392, S.P. 261 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing Authority to the Legislature to Require Compulsory Voting    
1949 Regular Session L.D. 398, S.P. 268 OTP-ND L.D. 1522, S.P. 670 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Authorize the Issuance of Bonds to be Used for the Purpose of Building a Combination Highway and Railroad Bridge Across the Fore River as Authorized by the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Authorize the Issuing of Bonds in an Amount not Exceeding $7,000,000 to be Used for the Purpose of Building a Combination Highway and Railroad Bridge Across the Fore River as Authorized by the Legislature?) Enacted with Senate Amendment # 456 as Resolves 1949, c. 184 Approved at Sept. 11, 1950 Referendum. Yes: 106,952 No: 55,248
1949 Regular Session L.D. 500, S.P. 307 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Indebtedness on Municipalities by Public or Quasi-Municipal Corporations to Fifteen Per Cent of the Last Regular Valuation of a City or Town O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 703, H.P. 1354 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution for Authorization of Bond Issue in Favor of Bangor-Brewer Bridge O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 773, S.P. 415 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Authorize a Bond Issue to Match Federal Funds for the Construction and Improvement of Airports O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 874, H.P. 1568 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Change the Date of Filing Initiated Legislation. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Change the Date of Filing Initiated Legislation?) Enacted as Resolves 1949, c. 61 Approved at Sept. 11, 1950 Referendum. Yes: 101,116 No: 46,238
1949 Regular Session L.D. 882, H.P. 1567 O TP-ND L.D. 1556, H.P. 2086 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Apportion the Number of Members of the House of Representatives to the Several Towns. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Apportion the Number of Members of the House of Representatives to the Several Towns?) Enacted with House Amendment # 496 as Resolves 1949, c. 211 Approved at Sept. 11, 1950 Referendum. Yes: 109,325 No: 43,718
1949 Regular Session L.D. 883, H.P. 1569 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Empowering the Legislature to Authorize Municipalities to Create Indebtedness in Excess of the Present Limitation on Municipal Indebtedness O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 884, H.P. 1570 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Empower the Legislature to Authorize the Issuance of State Bonds for Any Purpose Stated in the Constitution O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 885, H.P. 1571 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Empower the Legislature with the Consent of the People to Authorize the Issuance of State Bonds for Any Purpose Stated in the Constitution. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Empower the Legislature with the Consent of the People to Authorize the Issuance of State Bonds for Any Purpose Stated in the Constitution?) Enacted as Resolves 1949, c. 99 Approved at Sept. 11, 1950 Referendum. Yes: 112,035 No: 44,124
1949 Regular Session L.D. 886, H.P. 1572 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Set Forth the Duty of the State and Towns towards Education O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 1020, H.P. 1697 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Education O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 1214, H.P. 1214 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1949 Regular Session L.D. 1339, S.P. 615 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bond Issue for the Purpose of Paying a Sliding Scale Bonus to Maine Members of the Military and Naval Forces in World War II O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 2, H.P. 1 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D.17, S.P. 34 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of the Office of Governor to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 52, H.P. 105 OTP-ND L.D. 1393, H.P. 1813 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Voting by Citizens in the Armed Forces and Others Absent or Physically Incapacitated. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Re-affirm the Right to Vote of Citizens Absent in the Armed Forces and Others Absent or Physically Incapacitated?) Enacted with Amendment # 432 as Resolves 1951, c. 130 Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 39,006 No: 10,187
1951 Regular Session L.D. 75, S.P. 69 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Liberalize Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness. Enacted as Resolves, 1951, c. 26. Repealed by Resolves 1951, c. 118 (L.D. 1390) Repealed by Resolves 1951, c. 119. Never went to Referendum.
1951 Regular Session L.D. 275, H.P. 446 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Office of Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 397, S.P. 185 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for Number of State Senators O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 576, H.P. 1014 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Make Temporarily Inoperative any Measure Adopted by the People which Fails to Provide a Revenue Adequate for its Service. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Make Temporarily Inoperative any Measure Adopted by the People which Fails to Provide a Revenue Adequate for its Service?) Enacted with Amendment # 409 as Resolves 1951, c. 126 Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 24,746 No: 20,900
1951 Regular Session L.D.581, H.P. 1022 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting Lotteries and Gambling O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 686, H.P. 1073 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Remove the Provision That the Treasurer Shall Not be Eligible More Than Six Years Successively. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Remove the Provision That the Treasurer Shall Not be Eligible More Than Six Years Successively?) Enacted with Amendment # 337 as Resolves 1951, c. 102 Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 27,073 No: 22,320
1951 Regular Session L.D. 693, H.P. 1113 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Sessions of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 694, H.P. 1114 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Additional Signers for Direct Initiative of Legislation. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing that Direct Initiative of Legislation Shall Require not Less Than 10% of the Total Vote for Governor as Cast in the Last Previous Gubernatorial Election?) Enacted with Amendment # 355 as Resolves 1951, c. 110 Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 23,600 No: 21,986
1951 Regular Session L.D. 695, H.P. 1082 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Exempt Rental Agreements with the Maine School Building Authority from the Limitations of Municipal Indebtedness. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Exempt Rental Agreements with the Maine School Building Authority from the Limitations of Municipal Indebtedness?) Enacted with Amendment # 381 as Resolves 1951, c. 127 Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 23,887 No: 20,594
1951 Regular Session L.D. 722, S.P. 322 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Qualifications for Voting O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 855, H.P. 1297 OTP-ND L.D. 1320, H.P. 1782 An Act to provide for the Issue of State of Maine Building Construction Bonds for the Construction and Equipment of State Buildings. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Clarify the Provisions that Relate to the State's Borrowing Power. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Clarify the Provisions that Relate to the State's Borrowing Power?) Enacted with Amendment # 484 as Resolves 1951, c. 179 Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 28,758 No: 17,582
1951 Regular Session L.D. 873, S.P. 358 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Elect Members of the Executive's Council by the People O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 874, S.P. 359 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Elect Secretary of State, Treasurer of State and the Attorney General by the People O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 959, H.P. 1368 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 1070, S.P. 456 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Amend the Initiative Referendum LV/WD  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 1194, S.P. 492 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Amend the Referendum Provision O.N.T.P.  
1951 Regular Session L.D. 1390, S.P. 579 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Liberalize Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Increase from 5% to 7 1/2% the Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness?) Enacted with Amendment # 421 as Resolves, 1951, c. 119 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 21,478 No: 26,232
1951 Regular Session L.D. 1410. S.P. 597 Resolve, proposing an Amendment to provide for a Bond Issue of $3,000,000, Proceeds to be Used for Erection of a State Office Building Enacted as Resolves 1951, c. 134 Not Approved at Sept. 10, 1951 Referendum. Yes: 16,107 No: 31,369
1953 Regular Session L.D. 34, S.P. 31 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of the Governor to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
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L.D. 38, S.P. 35 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Sessions of the Legislature Indef. P.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 40, S.P. 37 OTP-ND L.D. 1418, S.P. 526 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Authorize the Legislature to Establish Classifications of Property for Uniform Assessment for Taxation O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 188, S.P. 81 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years Indef. P.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 415, S.P. 176 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Elect Secretary of State, Treasurer of State and the Attorney General by the People O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 191, S.P. 84 OTP-ND L.D. 1518, S.P. 578 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Exempt Revenue Bonds from the Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness. (New Title): An Act to Confer Additional Powers Upon Municipalities in the State of Maine in Relation to Parking Facilities Indef. P.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 314, S.P. 110 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 437, S.P. 175 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Elect Members of the Executive's Council by the People O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 470, H.P. 423 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Permitting Indians to Vote. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Permitting Indians to Vote?) Enacted with Amendment # 265 as Resolves 1953, c. 97 Approved at Sept. 13, 1954 Referendum. Yes: 155,528 No: 41,688
1953 Regular Session L.D. 637, H.P. 597 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election Indef. P.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 719, H.P. 677 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting Lotteries and Gambling O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 785, H.P. 746 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Office of Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 787, H.P. 748 Resolve, Repealing the Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Office of Attorney General O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 912, S.P. 313 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Liberalize Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Increase from 5% to 7and 1/2% the Limitation of Municipal Indebtedness?) Enacted as Resolves 1953, c. 78 Approved at Sept. 13, 1954 Referendum. Yes: 111,726 No: 80,402
1953 Regular Session L.D. 921, S.P. 306 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Governor's Council O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1114, S.P. 405 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for three State Senators from Each County O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1205, S.P. 437 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of Attorney General by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1233, H.P. 1099 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Governor to Two Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1283, H.P. 1133 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bonus to Maine Veterans of World War II and the Korean Campaign Indef. P.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1304, H.P. 1156 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bonus to Maine Veterans of World War II and the Korean Campaign O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1325, H.P. 1170 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Two State Senators from Each County O.N.T.P.  
1953 Regular Session L.D. 1346, S.P. 483 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for One Hundred and Fifty-six State Representatives LV/WD  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 9, H.P. 10 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 82, H.P. 85 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bonus to Maine Veterans of World War II and the Korean Campaign LV/WD  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 313, H.P. 302 Resolve, Proposing an Amendments to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election and Changing the Tenure of Office of the Governor to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 399, H.P. 361 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of the Governor to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 400, H.P. 362 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 478, H.P. 432 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Change the Qualifications of Citizenship of the Governor. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Change the Qualifications of Citizenship of the Governor?) Enacted with Amendments # 102 and 129 as Resolves 1955, c. 100 Approved at Sept. 12, 1955 Referendum. Yes: 15,157 No: 14,452
1955 Regular Session L.D. 528, H.P. 483 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 828, S.P. 747 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Two State Senators from Each County O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 852, S.P. 313 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Exempt Rental Agreements with the Maine School Building Authority from the Limitations of Municipal Indebtedness. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Exempt Rental Agreements with the Maine School Building Authority from the Limitations of Municipal Indebtedness?) Enacted as Resolves 1955, c. 101 Approved at Sept. 12, 1955 Referendum. Yes: 19,378 No: 9,327
1955 Regular Session L.D. 925, H.P. 834 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the tenure of Office of Sheriffs to Four-year Terms Indef. P.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 926, H.P. 835 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Two State Senators from Each County O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1062, S.P. 366 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Redefining 'Recess" of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1138, H .P. 990 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Limited Annual Sessions O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1139, H.P. 991 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Two Senators from Counties with Less Than Sixty Thousand Inhabitants LV/WD  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1188, S.P. 429 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Extending Pardon Powers of Governor and Council to Offenses of Juvenile Delinquency. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Extending Pardon Powers of Governor and Council to Offenses of Juvenile Delinquency?) Enacted with Amendment # 386 as Resolves 1955, c.97 Approved at Sept. 12, 1955 Referendum. Yes: 22,658 No: 7,562
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1257, H.P. 1069 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reapportion the House of Representatives by a Commission if the Legislature Fails to Act O.N.T.P.  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1341, H.P. 1144 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for a Bonus to Maine Veterans of World War II and the Korean Campaign Committee of Conference Unable to Agree. Not Enacted  
1955 Regular Session L.D. 1548, S.P. 580 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Clarify Voting by Persons in Military Service. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Clarify Voting by Persons in Military Service?) Enacted as Resolves 1955, c. 102 Approved at Sept. 12, 1955 Referendum. Yes: 25,347 No: 4,664
1957 Regular Session L.D. 76, H.P. 48 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years Indef. P.P.  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 93, H.P. 66 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election. (Shall the Constitution which now Provides that the General Election shall take Place on the Second Monday of September, Biennially, be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature, to the Tuesday Following the First Monday in November?) Enacted with Amendments # 272 and 397 as Resolves 1957, c. 94 Approved at Sept. 9, 1957 Referendum. Yes: 63,820 No: 36,202
L.D. 204, H.P. 157 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of the Governor to Four-Year Terms. (Shall the Constitution which now Provides for a Two-Year Term for the Governor, be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature, to a Four-Year Term with a Further Limitation that He shall not Succeed Himself after Two Such Terms?) Enacted with Amendments # 275, 342, 398 and 451 as Resolves 1957, c. 95 Approved at Sept. 9, 1957 Referendum. Yes: 60,240 No: 41,392
1957 Regular Session L.D. 225, S.P. 95 Report "B": OTP-ND L.D. 1535, S.P. 548 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of the Executive Council Failed of Final Passage. Not Enacted.  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 478, H.P. 348 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Governor's Council Indef. P.P.  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 793, S.P. 296 OTP-ND L.L. 1552, S.P. 556 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing Offices of Judge and Register of Probate as Constitutional Offices. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of Judges of Probate by the Governor, with the Advice and Consent of the Council Died Between Houses  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 1176, S.P. 417 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of Secretary of State by the Governor with Consent of the Council O.N.T.P.  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 1210, S.P. 427 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Limited Even-year Budget Sessions of the Legislature Indef. P.P.  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 1301, S.P. 460 OTP-ND L.D. 1581, S.P. 580 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for Industrial Purposes. (Shall the Constitution which now Provides that the Credit of the State of Maine Shall not be Directly or Indirectly Loaned in Any Case, be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State and Providing a Twenty Million Dollar Bond Issue for Guaranteed Loans for Industrial Purposes?) Enacted with Amendments # 401 and # 475 as Resolves 1957, c. 159 Approved at Sept. 9, 1957 Referendum. Yes: 66,427 No: 30,750
1957 Regular Session L.D. 1387, S.P. 482 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1957 Regular Session L.D. 1422, H.P, 994 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reapportion the House of Representatives by the Superior Court if the Legislature Fails to Act Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. __, (No LD Number Assigned) S.P. 511 Resolve, Providing for the Date when the Amendment to the Constitution to Provide Continuity of Government in Case of Enemy Attack Shall be Voted Upon Enacted as Resolves 1959, c. 90. (Amended Resolves 1959, c. 52) Appeared on Nov. 8, 1960 Ballot along with Resolves 1959, c. 52. No vote found for this Resolve.
1959 Regular Session L.D. 13, H.P. 4 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 115, H.P. 77 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for Direct Initiative for Proposed Amendments to the Constitution O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 121, S.P. 71 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to permit Voting by Civilians Residing on Federal Property Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 156, S.P. 84 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor and Consent of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 157, S.P. 85 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor and Consent of the Senate Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 223, S.P. 105 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 338, S.P. 143 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Continuity of Government in case of Enemy Attack. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide Continuity of Government in Case of Enemy Attack?) Enacted as Resolves 1959, c. 52. Prior to being sent out to Referendum, this Resolve was amended by Resolves 1959, c. 90 Approved at Nov. 8, 1960 Referendum. Yes: 343,333 No: 24,829
1959 Regular Session L.D. 338, S.P. 143 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide Continuity of Government in Case of Enemy Attack Enacted as Resloves 1959, c. 52  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 422, S.P. 178 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes. (new Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for recreational and Industrial Park Purposes Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 801, H.P. 568 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require a Roll Call Vote Upon All Bills on Final Passage O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1011, S.P. 356 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of the Executive Council Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1054, S.P. 371 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to provide for the Apportionment of Senators for and within Each County Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1089, H.P. 771 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Legislators to Four-year Terms LV/WD  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1090, H.P. 772 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution as to the Number of Voters Necessary to Approve a Constitutional Amendment Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1211, H.P. 848 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Appointment of Treasurer of State by the Governor and Consent of the Council
O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1212, H.P. 849 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1213, H.P. 850 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmation Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1256, H.P. 882 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Nineteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1257, H.P. 883 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Office of Treasurer of State Indef. P.P.  
1959 Regular Session L.D. 1270, H.P. 901 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing Amount of Credit of State in Loans for Industrial Purposes Indef. P.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 5, S.P. 5 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators to Four Year Terms Indef. P.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 114, H.P. 72 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 304, H.P. 209 OTP-ND L.D. 1604, H.P. 1163 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions House: Failed Final Passage Senate: Indef. P.P.
 
1961 Regular Session L.D. 409, S.P. 163 OTP-ND L.D. 1616, S.P. 564 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution An Act Relating to Purchase of Land by Municipalities for Industrial Parks. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to permit Municipalities to Purchase Land for Industrial Parks Indef. P.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 508, H.P. 536 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Office of Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 509, H.P. 357 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require a Roll Call Vote Upon All Bills on Final Passage O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 539, S.P. 206 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 597, H.P. 422 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Creating the Office of Lieutenant-governor and Providing for Succession of Office of the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 642, S.P. 238 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Residency Requirements to Vote for President and Vice-president Died Between Houses  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 779, S.P. 262 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Apportionment of Senators for and within Each County O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 851, H.P. 634 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing Date of General Election O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 853, H.P. 636 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Representatives to Four-year Terms LV/WD  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 854, H.P. 637 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor and Consent of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 855, H.P. 638 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor with Consent of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 891, S.P. 303 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of the Executive Council Died Between Houses  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 892, S.P. 304 OTP-ND L.D. 1529, S.P. 512 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Exempting Certain Industrial Property from Taxation Indef. P.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 893, S.P. 305 OTP-ND L.D. 1535, S.P. 515 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes. Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 894, S.P. 306 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit to Retirement Purposes the Use of Funds of the Maine State Retirement System. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing that the Funds of the Maine State Retirement System shall be Maintained in Trust and shall not be Diverted?) Enacted as Resolves 1961, c. 95

1961 vote at polls rules illegal by Me. Supreme Court.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1962 Referendum. Yes: 187,799 No: 43,286

1961 Regular Session L.D. 895, S.P. 307 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Allow the Governor by Appointment to Fill Vacancies in the Legislature Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 984, H.P. 706 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Establish Life Tenure for Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court and the Superior Court O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 1062, H.P. 780 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing Limitation of Number of Representatives from One City O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 1093, S.P. 360 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Term of Governor to Coincide with that of the President of the United States O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 1095, S.P. 362 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the Construction of Industrial Buildings. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Permitting the Registered Voters of a Municipality to Authorize the Issuance of Notes or Bonds in the Name of the Municipality for the Purposes of Constructing Buildings for Industrial Use?) Enacted with Amendment S-107 as Resolves 1961, c. 106 1961 vote at polls rules illegal by Me. Supreme Court.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1962 Referendum. Yes: 147,447 No: 74,928
1961 Regular Session L.D. 1159, H.P. 845 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmation O.N.T.P.  
1961 Regular Session L.D. 1160, H.P. 846 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Apportionment of Members of House of Representatives O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 2, S.P. 2 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 3, S.P. 3 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions Indef. P.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 4, S.P. 4 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Increase Municipal Indebtedness Died Between Houses  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 8, H.P. 2 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 20, S.P. 10 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Apportionment of the House of Representatives LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 221, H.P. 22 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing Limitation of Number of Representatives from One City O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 236, S.P. 99 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Apportionment of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 237, S.P. 100 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes Died Between Houses  
1963 Regular Session L.D.268, H.P. 199 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing Limitation of Number of Representatives from One City from Seven to Twelve LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 330, H.P. 142 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting the Levying of a State Tax on Income Indef. P.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 472, S.P. 173 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Legislative Approval for the Issuance of Bonds of the State of Maine LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 537, H.P. 364 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 618, S.P. 244 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Elect the Attorney General by the People O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 636, H.P. 431 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Extending Voting Franchises to Persons Eighteen Years of Age Passing Examinations in United States History, Government and Economics O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 637, H.P. 432 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Apportion the Number of Members of the House of Representatives O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 638, H.P. 433 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Permitting the People to Determine the Question of Whether a Constitutional Convention Shall be Called LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 785, S.P. 271 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 786, S.P. 272 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 810, H.P. 752 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Office of Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 812, H.P. 574 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmation O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 813, H.P. 575 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor with Consent of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D.814, H.P. 576 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor with Consent of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 815, H.P. 577 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require a Roll Call Vote Upon All Bills on Final Passage O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1430, H.P. 987 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Eliminating the Requirement that the Governor Communicate Pardons to the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Eliminating the Requirement that the Governor Communicate Pardons to the Legislature?) Enacted with Amendment H-315 as Resolves 1963, c. 102 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 149,582 No: 98,581
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1431, H.P. 988 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Taking Oaths of Senators and Representatives in Absence of Governor and Council. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Taking Oaths of Senators and Representatives in Absence of Governor and Council?) Enacted with Amendment H-317 as Resolves 1963, c. 103 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 179,451 No: 65,193
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1432, H.P. 989 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Power of Governor to Nominate and Appoint Civil and Judicial Officers LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1433, H.P. 990 Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Relative to Examination of Returns for Senators and to Provide for Election of Senators to Fill Vacancies. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Relative to Examination of Returns for Senators and to Provide for Election of Senators to Fill Vacancies?) Enacted with Amendment H-318 as Resolves 1963, c. 104 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 190,949 No: 49,339
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1434, H.P. 991 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Eliminating Requirements Relating to Warrants for Public Money and Publication of Receipts and Expenditures. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Eliminating Requirements Relating to Warrants for Public Money and Publication of Receipts and Expenditures?) Enacted with Amendments H-316 and H-333 as Resolves 1963, c. 105 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 131,407 No: 102,809
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1435, H.P. 992 OTP-ND L.D. 1592, H.P. 1110 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Clarifying Provisions Governing Assumption of Office of Governor by the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Clarifying Provisions Governing Assumption of Office of Governor by the President of the Senate or Speaker of the House?) Enacted with Amendment S-310 as Resolves 1963, c. 119 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 171,113 No: 59,170
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1441, H.P. 994 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Clarifying the Manner of Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds on Behalf of the State LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1443, S.P. 532 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Prohibit the Unreasonable Interception of Telephone, Telegraph and Other Electronic Communications LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1448, S.P. 527 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Forbidding Discrimination Against Any Person Because of Race, Religion, Sex or Ancestry. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Forbidding Discrimination Against Any Person?) Enacted with Amendment S-275 as Resolves 1963, c. 110 Approved at Nov. 5, 1963 Referendum. Yes: 49,966 No: 19,294
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1449, S.P. 528 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Authority of Governor as Commander in Chief. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Relating to Authority of Governor as Commander in Chief?) Enacted with Amendment S-197 as Resolves 1963, c. 117 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 147,984 No: 83,335
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1450, S.P. 529 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Revise Article VI Relating to Judicial Power. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Revise Article VI Relating to Judicial Power?) Enacted with Amendment S-292 as Resolves 1963, c. 111 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 143,614 No: 79,095
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1451, S.P. 530 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Designating Procedure for Determining the Election of Governor. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Designating Procedure for Determining the Election of Governor?) Enacted with Amendment S-199 as Resolves 1963, c. 118 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 156,407 No: 74,441
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1452, S.P. 531 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1457, S.P. 536 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide Revised Qualifications for Electors O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1493, S.P. 557 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Apportionment, Election and Powers of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1494, H.P. 1029 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Apportionment, Election and Powers of the House of Representatives LV/WD  
1963 Regular Session L.D. 1495, H.P. 1030 Majority Report: OTP-ND L.D. 1599, H.P. 1116 Minority Report: OTP-ND L.D. 1600, H.P. 1117, (Accepted) Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting the Election, Powers and Apportionment of the House of Representatives. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Affecting the Election, Powers and Apportionment of the House of Representatives?) Enacted with Amendment H-488 as Resolves 1963, c. 75 Approved at Nov. 5, 1963 Referendum. Yes: 44,556 No: 23,035
1963 1st Special Session L.D. 1631, S.P. 677 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing the Amount Available for Guaranteed Loans for Industrial Purposes. (Shall the Constitution, which now Provides for the Pledging of Credit of the State to Guarantee Loans for Industrial Purposes, be Amended as Provided by Resolution of the Legislature Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing the Amount Available for Guaranteed Loans for Industrial Purposes, and Providing an Additional $20,000,000 Bond Issue for Guaranteed Loans for Industrial Purposes?) Enacted as Resolves 1963, c. 120 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 164,855 No: 69,658
1963 1st Special Session L.D. 1612, H.P. 1141 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Clarifying Procedure for Delivering Election Returns to the Secretary of State by Municipalities. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Clarifying Procedure for Delivering Election Returns to the Secretary of State by Municipalities?) Enacted as Resolves 1963, c. 124 Approved at Nov. 3, 1964 Referendum. Yes: 178,614 No: 52,836
1965 Regular Session L.D. 6, H.P. 6 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and Their Confirmation Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 9, H.P. 9 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate Voting Restrictions on Paupers and Persons under Guardianship. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Eliminate Voting Restrictions on Paupers?) Enacted with Amendments H-6 and S-14 as Resolves 1965, c. 34 Approved at Nov. 2, 1965 Referendum Yes: 28,233 No: 18,630
1965 Regular Session L.D. 214, S.P. 43 OTP-ND L.D. 1529, S.P. 539 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting the Apportionment of the State Senate Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 215, S.P. 44 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions Died Between Houses  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 216, S.P. 45 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Elect the Secretary of State LV/WD  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 217, S.P. 46 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Creating the Office of Lieutenant Governor and Providing for Succession of Office of Governor Other legislation--Not Enacted  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 268, S.P. 101 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-Year Terms Indef. P.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 325, H.P. 255 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Nineteen Years Other Legislation--Not Enacted  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 326, H.P. 256 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Office of Treasurer of State Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 364, H.P. 282 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Municipal Home Rule Other Legislation--Not Enacted  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 394, S.P. 153 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Lower the Voting Age to Eighteen Years Died Between Houses  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 477, H.P.375 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of Executive Council Other Legislation--Not Enacted  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 478, H.P. 376 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Twenty Years Other Legislation--Not Enacted  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 479, H.P. 377 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require a Roll Call Vote Upon All Bills on Final Passage Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 497, S.P. 168 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Creating the Office of Lieutenant Governor and Providing for Succession of Office of Governor Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 562, H.P. 433 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Extending Voting Franchises to Persons Eighteen Years of Age O.N.T.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 679, S.P. 220 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 680, S.P. 221 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 681, S.P. 222 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans on Personal Property for Industrial Purposes. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans on Personal Property for Industrial Purposes?)
Enacted with Amendment S-88 as Resolves 1965, c. 49 Approved at Nov. 2, 1965 Referendum Yes: 31,685 No: 14,632
1965 Regular Session L.D. 682, S.P.223 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 718, H.P.547 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Date of the General Election Indef. P.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 719, H.P. 548 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of the Governor to Two-Year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D.720, H.P. 549 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Appointment, Election and Powers of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 721, H.P. 550 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing Cities and Towns to Issue Municipal Revenue Bonds LV/WD  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 724, H.P. 553 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Secretary of State and His Succession to the Office of Governor O.N.T.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 774, H.P. 582 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes. (Shall the Constitution which Now, with Certain Exceptions, Provides that the Credit of the State of Maine shall not be Directly or Indirectly Loaned in any Case, be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State and Providing for a Ten Million Dollar Bond Issue for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes?)
Enacted as Resolves 1965, c. 51 Approved at Nov. 2, 1965 Referendum Yes: 29,647 No: 16,606
1965 Regular Session L.D.804, H.P. 612 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Bond Issues to be Voted Upon by the People Indef. P.P.  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 1423, S.P. 475 OTP-ND L.D. 1527, S.P. 537 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators and Representatives to Four-Year Terms Failed Final Passage  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 1447, H.P. 1068 OTP-ND L.D.1546, H.P. 1131 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Election of the Clerk of the House of Representatives. (New Title): An Act Relating to Positions of Deputy Secretary and Deputy Clerk of the House Enacted by the House and Senate. Vetoed by the Governor, Veto Sustained  
1965 Regular Session L.D. 1469, S.P. 503 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting Apportionment of the Penobscot County for the Election of Senators
O.N.T.P.  
1966 Special Session L.D. 1630, S.P.624 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting the Apportionment of the State Senate. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Amend the Constitution Relating to the Apportionment, Election and Powers of the Senate?) Enacted as Resolves 1965, c. 87 Approved at Nov. 8, 1966 Referendum Yes: 157,773 No: 91,618
1966 Special Session L.D. 1632, S.P. 607 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting the Apportionment of the State Senate Other Legislation--Not Enacted  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 22, H.P. 22 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of Judges and Registers of Probate LV/WD  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 62, H.P. 43 OTP-ND L.D. 1399, H.P. 1063 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators to Four-Year Terms LV/WD  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 73, S.P. 60 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds Not Exceeding. At any one time Issued and Outstanding, Twenty-Five Million Dollars for Loans to private Colleges for Construction and Expansion of Facilities Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 110, S.P.66 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the Legislature to Enact Bond Issues, to be Ratified by the People Upon Petition or Referral by the Legislature Indef. P.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D.145, H.P. 119 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D.146, H.P. 120 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Municipal Home Rule Referred to Next Legislature  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 151, S.P. 69 OTP-ND L.D. 1580, S.P. 599 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years. (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Grant Adult Rights to Persons Twenty Years of Age and to Reduce the Voting Age to Twenty Years Died Between Houses  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 171, S.P. 90 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years Died Between Houses  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 249, S.P. 120 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Time for Codifying the Constitution. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Relating to Time for Codifying the Constitution?) Enacted as Resolves 1967, c. 63 Approved at Nov. 7, 1967 Referendum Yes: 46,649 No: 29,798
1967 Regular Session L.D. 329, S.P. 158 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Increase Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes. (Shall the Constitution which now Permits Insuring Payment of Mortgage Loans of Recreational Projects not Exceeding Ten Million Dollars, be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State for a Twenty-five Million Dollar Bond Issue for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes?) Enacted with Amendment S-258 as Resolves 1967, c. 76 Approved at Nov. 7, 1967 Referendum Yes: 40,619 No: 38,454
1967 Regular Session L.D. 355, H.P.247 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 356, H.P. 248 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Treasurer of State by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 406, H.P. 286 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Creating the Office of Lieutenant Governor and Providing for Succession of Office of the Governor O.N.T.P.
 
1967 Regular Session L.D.463, H.P. 329 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 464, H.P.330 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and Their Confirmation O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 563, S.P. 238 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Repealing the Offices of Judges and Registers of Probate as Constitutional Officers. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Repealing the Offices of Judges and Registers of Probate as Constitutional Officers?) Enacted with Amendment S-264 as Resolves 1967, c. 77 Approved at Nov. 7, 1967 Referendum Yes: 41,850 No: 34,454
1967 Regular Session L.D. 857, H.P. 615 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Relating to Disqualification of Legislators for Crimes O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D.1225, S.P. 512 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Direct Initiative to Amend the Constitution LV/WD  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 1114, H.P. 767 OTP-ND L.D. 1640, H.P. 1149 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-Year Terms Died Between Houses  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 1300, H.P. 886 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Pledging Credit of State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds not Exceeding, at any One Time Issued and Outstanding, Twenty Million Dollars for Loans to Private Secondary Schools for Construction and Expansion of Facilities LV/WD
 
1967 Regular Session L.D. 1499, H.P. 1033 OTP-ND L.D. 1717, H.P. 1206 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Relating to Bond Issues to be Voted Upon by the People (New Title): Resolve, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution Relating to Temporary Loans in Anticipation of State Tax Revenues and Limitations Thereon. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Repealing the Offices of Judges and Registers of Probate as Constitutional Officers?) Enacted with Amendment H-444 as Resolves 1967, c.78 Approved at Nov. 7, 1967 Referendum Yes: 45,086 No: 31,930
1967 Regular Session L.D. 1500, H.P.1034 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Changing the Legislature to a One Body System O.N.T.P.  
1967 Regular Session L.D.1501, H.P. 1035 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Insuring Payment of Industrial Loans to Fisheries and Agriculture Enacted as Resolves 1967, c. 75 (This Resolve was repealed before it went to Referendum by Resolves 1967, c. 83 enacted in the September 18, 1968 Special Session.)  
1967 Regular Session L.D. 1616, S.P. 618 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment Pledging Credit of the State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds not Exceeding One Million Dollars for Loans for Maine Students in Higher Education. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Repealing the Offices of Judges and Registers of Probate as Constitutional Officers?) Enacted with Amendment S-132 as Resolves 1967, c. 73 Approved at Nov. 7, 1967 Referendum Yes: 57,583 No: 24,018
1967 Regular Session L.D. 1624, S.P. 622 Pledging Credit of State of Maine School Building Authority Bonds Died Between Houses  
1967 1st Special Session L.D. 1747, H.P.1247 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Insuring Payment of Industrial Loans to Fisheries and Agriculture. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Insuring Payment of Industrial Loans to Fisheries and Agriculture?) Enacted with Amendment H-444 as Resolves 1967, c.78 Approved at Nov. 7, 1967 Referendum Yes: 49,886 No: 28,365
1968 2nd Special Session L.D. 1852, S.P. 780 Resolve, Proposing a Constitutional Amendment to Correct Inconsistencies in Election of Judges of Probate Failed Final Passage  
1968 3rd Special session L.D. 1889, S.P. 821 Resolve, Proposing Constitutional Amendment Increasing to $80,000,000 the Limitation on Legislative Authority to Insure Payment of Loans to Industrial Manufacturing, Fishing and Agricultural Enterprises for which Payment the Legislature May Appropriate Moneys or Issue Bonds, or Both on Behalf of the State. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Provided in "Resolve, Proposing Constitutional Amendment Increasing to $80,000,000 the Limitation on Legislative Authority to Insure Payment of Loans to Industrial Manufacturing, Fishing and Agricultural Enterprises for which Payment the Legislature May Appropriate Moneys or Issue Bonds, or Both on Behalf of the State", as Passed by the 103rd Legislature in 3rd Special Session?) Enacted as Resolves 1967, c. 88 Approved at Nov. 5, 1968 Referendum. Yes 240,983 No 89,015
1969 Regular Session L.D. __, (No LD Number Assigned) S.P. 188 Municipal Home Rule Referred from 103rd Legislature. Indef. P.P.
 
1969 Regular Session L.D. 10, H.P. 10 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Grant Adult Rights to Persons Eighteen Years of Age and to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 12, H.P.12 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years Indef. P.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 13, H.P. 13 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Extending to Persons Eighteen Years Old all Adult Rights LV/WD  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 14, H.P. 14 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Provisions which Established the Treasurer of State as a Constitutional Officer Died Between Houses  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 15 S.P. 1 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 16, S.P. 2 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the Legislature to Enact Bond Issues, to be Ratified by the People Upon Petition or Referral by the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 24, H.P. 21 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Convening of the Legislature at Such Times as the Legislature Deems Necessary. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for Convening of the Legislature at Such Times as the Legislature Deems Necessary?) Enacted with Amendment S-315 as Resolves 1969, c. 74 Approved at Nov. 3, 1970 Referendum Yes: 157,903 No: 110,047
1969 Regular Session L.D. 47, H.P. 46 OTP-ND L.D. 224, H.P. 202 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Senators to Four Year Terms O.N.T.P. accepted in Senate. Indef. P.P. in House.

 
1969 Regular Session L.D. 75, H.P. 75 OTP-ND L.D. 1600, H.P. 1271 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of Members of Executive Council Indef. P.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 76, H.P. 76 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Increasing Number of Executive Councilors from Seven to Eight O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 77, H.P. 77 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Nineteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 90, S.P. 32 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmations LV/WD
 
1969 Regular Session L.D. 91, S.P. 33 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Voting Age to Nineteen Years LV/WD  
1969 Regular Session L.D.93, S.P. 35 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions LV/WD  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 147, S.P. 44 OTP-ND L.D. 1537, S.P. 463 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Regulating the Size of the Senate. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for an Odd Numbered Senate of Not Less than Thirty-one nor More than Forty-one Senators following the Constitutionally Required Apportionment in 1971?) Enacted with Amendment S-197 as Resolves 1969, c. 28
Approved at Nov. 4, 1969 Referendum Yes: 76,330 No: 57,950
1969 Regular Session L.D. 307, S.P. 97
Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of State for Loans of Maine School Building Authority. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of State for Loans of Maine School Building Authority?) Enacted as Resolves 1969, c. 31 Approved at Nov. 4, 1969 Referendum Yes: 70,639 No: 64,594
1969 Regular Session L.D. 393, S.P. 131 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D.451, H.P. 343 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Municipal Home Rule. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Municipal Home Rule?) Enacted with Amendment H-416 as Resolves 1969, c. 29 Approved at Nov. 4, 1969 Referendum Yes: 76,405 No: 56,209
1969 Regular Session L.D. 463, H.P. 355 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 464, H.P. 356 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Regulating the Size of the House of Representatives Died Between Houses  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 465, H.P. 357
Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 527, H.P. 416 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Appointment and Membership of the Council O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 529, H.P. 418 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Exempting Snow Traveling Vehicles Fees and Taxes from Limitation on Expenditure of Motor Vehicle Revenues LV/WD. Other Legislation  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 545, S.P. 171 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Temporary Assignments of Justices of the Superior Court to the Supreme Judicial Court Died Between Houses  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 571, H.P. 447 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmations O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 578, S.P. 179 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Election of Officers by the Senate LV/WD. Other Legislation
 
1969 Regular Session L.D. 580, S.P. 178 OTP-ND L.D. 1474, S.P. 443 OTP-ND L.D. 1585, S.P. 491 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Attorney General by the Electors (New Title): Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for a Full-time Attorney General to Hold Office for Four Years Died Between Houses  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 714, S.P. 239 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Direct Initiative to Amend the Constitution Failed Final Passage  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 764, H.P. 579 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-year Terms O.N.T.P.
 
1969 Regular Session L.D. 802, H.P. 614 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Twenty Years. (New Title): Resolve Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Twenty Years. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Grant Adult Rights to Persons Twenty Years of Age and to Reduce the Voting Age to Twenty Years?) Enacted with Amendment H-264 as Resolves 1969, c. 33 Approved at Nov. 3, 1970 Referendum Yes: 167,660 No: 117,668
1969 Regular Session L.D. 859, H.P. 673 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Regulation by the Legislature of Municipal Borrowing Committee of Conference Disagreed. Not Enacted  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 865, S.P. 261 Pledging Credit of State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds Not Exceeding, at any One Time Issued and Outstanding, Twenty-Five Million Dollars for Loans to Private Colleges for Construction and Expansion of Facilities. (Shall the Constitution which now, with Certain Exceptions, Provides that the Credit of the State of Maine shall not be Directly or Indirectly Loaned in Any Case, be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds not Exceeding, at any One Time Issued and Outstanding, Twenty-five Million Dollars for Loans to Private Colleges for Construction and Expansion of Facilities?) Enacted as Resolves 1969, c. 26 Not Approved at Nov. 4, 1969 Referendum Yes: 55,770 No: 79,051
1969 Regular Session L.D. 926, H.P. 712 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Granting Home Rule Powers to Municipal Corporations LV/WD. Other Legislation  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1087, S.P. 325 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Selection of a Lieutenant Governor for His Duties and for the Vacancies in the Office of Governor O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1121, H.P. 878 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Valuation of Certain Lands at Current Use. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing for Valuation of Certain Lands at Current Value?) Enacted with Amendments H-512 and S-323 as Resolves 1969, c. 34 Approved at Nov. 3, 1970 Referendum Yes: 168,390 No: 99,316
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1256, H.P. 976 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Early Inauguration of the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1315, S.P. 390 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteeing Portions of Certain Home Mortgages and Housing Developments Failed Final Passage
 
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1316, S.P. 391 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit Insurance Payments on Mortgage Loans Made for Service Enterprises and for Preservation of Certain Business Enterprises Failed Final Passage  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1323, H.P. 1015 OTP-ND L.D. 1588, H.P. 1256 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting the Apportionment of the House of Representatives Failed Final Passage  
1969 Regular Session L.D. 1324, H.P. 1016 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmations O.N.T.P.  
1970 Special Session L.D. 1622, H.P. 1308 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions Failed Final Passage  
1970 Special Session L.D. 1769, S.P. 598 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Affecting the Apportionment of the House of Representatives O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 40, S.P. 12 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing that the Term of Office of the Governor Continues Until His Successor has Qualified. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Providing that the Term of Office of the Governor Continues Until His Successor has Qualified?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1971, c.2
Approved at Nov. 2, 1971 Referendum Yes: 170,851 No: 67,875
1971 Regular Session L.D. 67, H.P. 35 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1971, c. 1
Approved at Nov. 2, 1971 Referendum Yes: 144,949 No: 99,274
1971 Regular Session L.D. 68, H.P. 36 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 85, H.P. 51 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing of Annual Legislative Sessions O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 87, H.P. 53 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Voting Age to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 94, S.P. 53 OTP-ND L.D. 1146, S.P. 436 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives and the Senate Indef. P.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 96, S.P. 57 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Annual Legislative Sessions O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 123, H.P. 83 OTP-ND L.D. 1099, H.P. 1041 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Raising the Municipal Debt Limit from Seven and One-Half to Fifteen Percent (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Regulation of Municipal Borrowing by the Legislature Failed Final Passage  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 124, H.P. 84 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Voting Age to Eighteen Years O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 272, H.P. 206 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Early Convening of the Legislature Indef. P.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 273, H.P. 207 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Election of members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 274, H.P. 208 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Apportionment of the House of Representatives into Single Member Districts Failed Final Passage  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 275, H.P. 209 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Authorizing the legislature to Enact Self-amortizing Bonds Upon Petition or Referral by the Legislature House: Indef. P.P.
Senate accepted O.N.T.P. Report
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 488, S.P. 166 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Concerning the Age of Senators O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 489, S.P. 167 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmations Indef. P.P.
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 490, S.P. 168 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Concerning the Age of State Representatives O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 515, H.P. 402
Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans for Housing for Indians. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans for Housing for Indians?) Enacted with Amendment S-217 as Con. Res. 1971, c. 3 Approved at Nov. 7, 1972 Referendum Yes: 268,969 No: 104,521
1971 Regular Session L.D.521, H.P. 370 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Limitation to Highway Purposes for Revenues Derived from Taxation of Vehicles Used on Public Highways and Fuels Used by Such Vehicles Indef. P.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 570, H.P. 436 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Secretary of State by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 572, H.P. 437 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Provisions which Establish the Treasurer of State as a Constitutional Officer Indef. P.P.
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 573, H.P. 438 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money O.N.T.P.
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 574, H.P. 439 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Selection of a Lieutenant Governor for His Duties and a Vacancy in the Office of Governor LV/WD  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 588, S.P. 203 OTP-ND L.D. 1678, S.P. 545 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Selection and Duties of a Lieutenant Governor Failed Final Passage  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 687, H.P. 525 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide a Shorter Time for Establishing Voting Residence Failed Final Passage  
1971 Regular Session L.D.717, H.P. 545
Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Attorney General by the Electors
O.N.T.P.
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 840, S.P. 284 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor
O.N.T.P.
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 845 S.P. 285 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging the Credit of the State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds not Exceeding Four Million Dollars for Maine Students in Higher Education. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State and Providing for the Issuance of Bonds not Exceeding Four Million Dollars for Loans for Maine Students in Higher Education?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1971, c. 4
Approved at Nov. 2, 1971 Referendum Yes: 139,984 No: 97,430
1971 Regular Session L.D. 921, H.P. 686 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing that Revenue Measures Passed as Emergencies May Not be Amended or Repealed by Direct Initiative of Legislation LV/WD  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1020, H.P. 751 (Report "A") OTP-ND L.D. 1705, H.P. 1300 (Report "B") OTP-ND L.D. 1706, H.P. 1301 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide an Environmental Bill of Rights (New Title): An Act Providing for a Declaration of Policy Concerning the State's Environment Died Between Houses
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1105, S.P. 366 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Increase Credit of State for Guaranteed Loans for Recreational Purposes O.N.T.P.
 
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1139, S.P. 382 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Change the Time for Filing an Initiative Petition Indef. P.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1165, H.P. 582 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Classifying Certain Bailable Offenses Died Between Houses  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1233, S.P. 418 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide State-wide Referendum on Legislative Action Lowering Water Quality Classification O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1355, H.P. 993 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Improve the Administration of Justice by Permitting Enabling Legislation Creating Six-man Juries in the District Court for Trials of Civil Cases and Certain Criminal Cases O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1383, S.P. 495 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit Insurance of Payments on Mortgage Loans made for Service Enterprises and the Preservation of Certain Business Enterprises O.N.T.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1511, H.P. 1105 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Disposition of Increased Gasoline Taxes Indef. P.P.  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1558, H.P. 1130 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Even-Year Legislative Budget Sessions LV/WD  
1971 Regular Session L.D. 1648, H.P. 1197 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Limiting the Maximum Rate of the Sales Tax O.N.T.P.  
1972 1st Special Session L.D. 1950, H.P. 1508 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Age of Qualification as a Member of the House of Representatives to Twenty Years. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Reduce the Age of Qualification as a Member of the House of Representatives to Twenty Years?) Enacted as Con. Res 1971, c. 6 Not Approved at Nov. 7, 1992 Referendum Yes: 179,557 No: 194,166
1972 1st Special Session L.D. 1990, S.P. 717 OTP-ND L.D. 2027, S.P. 755
Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans to Resident Maine Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States of America. (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans to Resident Maine Veterans of the Arned Forces of the United States of America or the Peace Corps. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans to Resident Maine Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States of America?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1971, c.5
Approved at Nov. 7, 1972 Referendum Yes: 292,405 No: 81,629
1972 1st Special Session L.D. 1999, H.P.1543 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Apportionment of the House of Representatives into Single Member Districts Failed Final Passage  
1972 1st Special Session L.D. 2009, H.P. 1550 OTP-ND L.D. 2052, H.P. 1597 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and Their Confirmation Failed Final Passage  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 9, H.P. 9 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing Residence Requirement for Voting to Thirty Days Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 12, H.P. 12 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 14, H.P. 14 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Council and Make Changes in the Matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmation LV/WD
 
1973 Regular Session L.D. 124, H.P. 104 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Environmental Bill of Rights O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 161, H.P. 139 Resolution, Proposing Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America Died Between Houses  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 215, H.P. 173 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Implement the Administration of Justice by Permitting Eight-man Juries for Trials of Certain Criminal Cases Died Between Houses  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 287, H.P. 214 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Indian Representatives to the Legislature Died Between Houses  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 520 H.P. 391 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Pledging Credit of the State for Revenue Bonds to be Issued by the Maine School Building Authority for Public and Private Institutions of Higher Education and for Public Post-Secondary Business, Trade, Vocational and Technical Schools Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 615, H.P. 467 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Attorney General by the Electors Died Between Houses
 
1973 Regular Session L.D. 640, H.P. 486 OTP-ND L.D. 1765, H.P. 1426 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Prohibition Against Initiating Legislation to Amend the Constitution (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit Initiative Amendments to the Constitution Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 798, S.P. 273 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Legislature to a Single Chamber, Unicameral System, with Single Member Districts Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 799, S.P. 274 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Making a Further Exception of State Credit Loaning and Debt Limit by Exceeding for Construction of Buildings to be Used in Whole or in Part by the State Government LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 801, H.P. 603 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Apportionment of the House of Representatives LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 803, H.P. 605 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 804, H.P. 606 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relative to Apportionment of the House of Representatives Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 839, S.P. 292 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit Appointments of Judges of Probate Died Between Houses  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 840, S.P. 293 OTP-ND L.D. 1804, S.P. 586 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Regulation of Municipal Borrowing by the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Pledging Credit of the State for Guaranteed Loans to Resident Maine Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States of America?) Enacted with Amendment H-283 as Con. Res. 1973, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1973 Referendum Yes: 122,555 No: 100,984
1973 Regular Session L.D. 841, S.P. 294 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of the Office of Sheriff to Four-year Terms Died Between Houses  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 901, H.P. 695 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit Initiative Amendments to the Constitution LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 942, H.P. 732 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1070, H.P. 800 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Limiting the Tenure of Office of Governor to One Four-Year Term O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1117, H.P. 843 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Limiting the Maximum Rate of Sales Tax O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1326, H.P. 1001 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Early Inauguration of the Governor Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1406, H.P. 1083 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Classifying Certain Bailable Offenses O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1516, S.P. 472 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Enlarge the Executive Council and to Provide for the Selection of the Council by the People O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1524, H.P. 1181 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Clarifying the Status of Bills Presented to the Governor and Time the Legislature Adjourns. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature Clarifying the Status of Bills Presented to the Governor and Time the Legislature Adjourns?) Enacted as Con. Res 1973, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1973 Referendum Yes: 153,639 No: 68,446
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1557, S.P. 492 Changing the Tenure of Senators to Four-year Terms Died Between Houses  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1620, S.P. 508 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Members of Executive Council Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1666, H.P. 1279 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for an Environmental Bill of Rights O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1676, H.P. 1275 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing the Executive Council and Changing the Legislature to a One Body System LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1706, H.P. 1285 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives and Establishing Single Member Districts LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1716, S.P. 544 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Broadening the Limitation for Revenues Derived from Taxation of Vehicles Used on Public Highways and Fuels Used by Such Vehicles O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1728, H.P. 1322 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Repeal the Office of Sheriff as Constitutional Officer O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1738, H.P. 1351 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Limitation to Highway Purposes for Revenues Derived from Taxation of Vehicles Used on Public Highways and Fuels Used by Such Vehicles Indef. P.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1826, H.P. 1369 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Federal Government by Agreement to Collect Maine Individual Income Taxes O.N.T.P.  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 1860, H.P. 1354 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives to Provide Single Member Districts, Apportion and Reduce the Number of Legislators in the House of Representatives; Increase the Terms of Senator; Abolish the Executive Council and Reassign its Power; Provide for Appointment of the Attorney General, Secretary of State and Treasurer by the Governor LV/WD  
1973 Regular Session L.D. 2017, S.P. 662 OTP-ND L.D. 2040, S.P. 673 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Annual Sessions of the Legislature and to Limit the Matters which may be Considered in the Second Regular Session; to Provide for Single Member Districts in the House of Representatives; to Provide for Reduction of the Number of Representatives and Reapportionment of the House of Representatives and Senate in 1983; to Establish an Apportionment Commission to Plan for all Reapportionments of the House of Representatives and Senate; to Abolish the Executive Council and Reassign Certain Constitutional Powers to a Legislative Council; and to provide that Oaths and Subscriptions of Office of the Governor, Representatives and Senators shall be Taken by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Died Between Houses  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2071, H.P. 1678 OTP-ND L.D. 2513, H.P. 1972 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Annual Sessions of the Legislature and to Limit the Matters which may be Considered in the Second Regular Session; to Provide for Single Member Districts in the House of Representatives; to Provide for Reduction of the Number of Representatives and Reapportionment of the House of Representatives and Senate in 1983; to Establish an Apportionment Commission to Plan for all Reapportionments of the House of Representatives and Senate; to Abolish the Executive Council and Reassign Certain Constitutional Powers to a Legislative Council; and to provide that Oaths and Subscriptions of Office of the Governor, Representatives and Senators shall be Taken before the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. (New Title): see LD 2513 below.
Died Between Houses  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2513; H.P. 1972 New Draft of L.D. 2071, H.P. 1678 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Single Member Districts in the House of Representatives; to Provide for Reduction of the Number of Representatives to One Hundred Thirty-two, and Reapportionment of the House of Representatives before the General Election of 1976; to Provide for Further Reduction of the Number of Representatives and the Senate before the General Election of 1984; to Provide for Annual Sessions of the Legislature and to Limit the Matters which May be Considered in the Second Regular Session; to Establish an Apportionment Commission to Plan for all Reapportionments of the House of Representatives and the Senate; to Abolish the Executive Council and Reassign Certain Constitutional Powers to a Legislative Council; and to Provide that Oaths and Subscriptions of Office of the Governor, Representatives and Senators shall be Taken before the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court.
Died Between Houses  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2121, S.P. 709 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Three-month Voting Residence Requirement Following a Change of Residence Within the State. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Eliminate the Three-month Residence Requirement Following a Change of Residence Within the State?) Enacted with Amendment S-310 as Con. Res. 1973, c. 3 Approved at Nov. 5, 1974 Referendum Yes: 217,445 No: 110,588
1974 Special Session L.D. 2166, S.P. 756 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Broadening the Limitation for Revenues Derived from Taxation of Vehicles Used on Public Highways and Fuels Used by Such Vehicles Indef. P.P.  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2332, H.P. 1840 OPT-ND L.D. 2561, H.P. 2018 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Equal Rights Died Between Houses  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2347, H.P. 1854 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Appointment of the Attorney General and the Treasurer by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2349, H.P. 1856 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Federal Government, by Agreement, to Collect Maine Individual Income Taxes O.N.T.P.  
1974 Special Session L.D. 2395, H.P. 1885 OTP-ND L.D. 2514, H.P. 1973 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of Justices of the Peace and Notaries Public to an Initial Term by the Governor with the Approval of the Executive Council and for Additional Terms of These Officers to be by Renewal Commission as Provided by Law. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Appointment of Justices of the Peace and Notaries Public to an Initial Term by the Governor with the Approval of the Executive Council and for Additional Terms of These Officers to be by Renewal Commission as Provided by Law?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1973, c. 4 Approved at Nov. 5, 1974 Referendum Yes 239,953 No: 71,644
1974 Special Session L.D. 2464, H.P. 1929 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Establish a Legislative Compensation Commission Died Between Houses
 
1974 Special Session L.D. 2472, S.P. 884 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Clarify Validity of Municipal Industrial Parks. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Clarify the Validity of Municipal Industrial Parks?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1973, c. 5 Approved at Nov. 5, 1974 Referendum Yes: 214,353 No: 71,644
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1, S.P. 1 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council and Make Changes in the matter of Gubernatorial Appointments and their Confirmation
O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 2, S.P. 2 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives and Establishing the Size of the Senate O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 3, S.P. 3 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for the Election of the Attorney General by the Electors O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 23, H.P. 15 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Attorney General and Secretary of State by the Governor O.N.T.P.
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 24, H.P. 16 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council and to Reassign its Constitutional Powers to the Governor. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Abolish the Executive Council and to Reassign its Constitutional Powers to the Governor and Legislature, to Eliminate the Office of Notary Public as a Constitutional Office and to Prohibit Appointment of Legislators to Offices Requiring Approval of the Legislature for Appointment?) Enacted with Amendment S-381 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 4 Approved at Nov. 4, 1975 Referendum Yes: 94,702 No: 47,513
1975 Regular Session L.D. 27, H.P. 19 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide Single Member Districts for the House of Representatives (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide Single Member Districts for the House of Representatives; to Provide for Apportionment of the House and Senate and to Establish an Apportionment Commission to Plan for All Apportionments of the House and Senate. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide Single Member Districts for the House of Representatives, to Provide for Apportionment of the House and Senate and to Establish an Apportionment Commission to Plan for All Apportionments of the House and Senate?) Enacted with Amendment H-54 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 1 Approved at Nov. 4, 1975 Referendum Yes: 94,773 No: 45,307
1975 Regular Session L.D. 45, H.P. 34 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 54, H.P. 42 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Four-Year Term of Office for Sheriffs Failed Final Passage  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 60, H.P. 48 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 62, H.P. 50 OTP-ND L.D. 959, H.P. 832 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Decreasing to $40,000,000 the Limitation of Legislative Authority to Insure Payment of Loans to Industrial, Manufacturing, Fishing and Agricultural Enterprises for which Payment of Legislature may Appropriate Moneys or Issue Bonds, or Both on Behalf of the State. (New Title): An Act to Decrease the Insuring Limitation on Certain Programs of the Maine Guarantee Authority Enacted with Amendment H-901 as PL 1975, c. 117 Enacted as Public Law. Never went to Referendum
1975 Regular Session L.D. 89, S.P. 15 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide a Nonjury Trial for Petty Criminal Offenses LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 91, S.P. 33 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Legislature to a Single Chamber, Unicameral System, with Single member Districts Died Between Houses  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 95, S.P. 43 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Prohibiting Anyone Under Sentence for a Felony from Seeking or Holding a Constitutional Office Died Between Houses  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 188, H.P. 158 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Establish Filing Dates for Initiative and Referendum Petitions; Clarify When the Effective Date of a Bill is Suspended by the Filing of a Referendum Petition; Clarify the Process of Calling a Special Election for an Initiative or Referendum Vote; Limit Legislative Amendment and Repeal of Laws Initiated or Approve by the People; Clarify the Petition Process and Provide for Review of the Validity of Petitions. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Establish Filing Dates for Initiative and Referendum Petitions; Clarify When the Effective Date of a Bill is Suspended by the Filing of a Referendum Petition; Clarify the Process of Calling a Special Election for an Initiative or Referendum Vote; Limit Legislative Amendment and Repeal of Laws Initiated or Approve by the People; Clarify the Petition Process and Provide for Review of the Validity of Petitions?) Enacted with Amendment H-241 as Con . Res. 1975, c. 2 Approved at Nov. 4, 1975 Referendum Yes: 105,073 No: 32,995
1975 Regular Session L.D. 230, H.P. 184 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Executive Council LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. . 236, S.P. 82 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Four-Year Terms for Legislators LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 241, H.P. 197 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Annual Sessions of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 351, H.P. 301 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide a Non-jury Trial for Petty Criminal Offenses Died Between Houses  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 340, H.P. 288 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing that Every Proposed Amendment to the Federal Constitution be put to a Statewide Advisory Election LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 348, H.P. 298 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Changing the Tenure of Office of Sheriff to Four-Year Terms LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 360, S.P. 105 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require a Roll Call Vote Upon All Bills on Final Passage O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 370, H.P. 307 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide that Equal Protection of the Laws Shall not be Denied or Abridged on Account of Sex LV/WD
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 619, H.P. 455 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require that the Governor be Elected by Majority Vote LV/WD
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 820, S.P. 247 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Requirement for Indictment by a Grand Jury after Finding of Probable Cause by a Court of Competent Jurisdiction Died Between Houses  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 876, S.P. 268 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Powers of the Governor and Providing for the Selection of the Members of the Executive Council O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 893, H.P. 717 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide that All Judicial Officers be Elected by the Voting Electorate O.N.T.P.
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 904, H.P. 724 OTP-ND L.D. 1827, H.P. 1510 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Annual Sessions of the Legislature. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Annual Sessions of the Legislature with Limits on the Matters which May be Considered in the Second Regular Session of Each Biennium and to Change the Date of the Convening of the Legislature?) Enacted with Amendments H-491 and H-851 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 5 Approved at Nov. 4, 1975 Referendum. Yes: 91,582 No: 47,877
1975 Regular Session L.D. 914, H.P. 742 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Legislative Council O.N.T.P.
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 919, H.P. 738 OTP-ND L.D. 1883, H.P. 1587 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Single member Districts in the House of Representatives; Reduction in the Number of Representatives and Reapportionment of the House of Representatives and the Senate in 1984; and to Establish an Apportionment Commission to Plan for all Apportionments of the House and Senate Indef. P.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1076, H.P. 870 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for County Constitutional Charters O.N.T.P.
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1115, S.P. 329 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Limiting the Right to Trial by Jury in Criminal Prosecutions to Only those Instances in Which an Accused May be Imprisoned or Suffer Loss of Liberty or be Fined More Than Five Hundred Dollars Died Between Houses  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1120, S.P. 334 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Determination of Inability of the Governor to Discharge the Powers and Duties of His Office. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for Determination of Inability of the Governor to Discharge the Powers and Duties of His Office?) Enacted with Amendment S-243 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 3 Approved at Nov. 4, 1975 Referendum Yes: 112,171 No: 31,647
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1273, H.P. 1005 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide an Additional Means for Removal of Judges and Justices of the Several Courts O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1350, H.P. 1070 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing for Four-Year Terms for Legislators LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1361, H.P. 1081 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Repealing the Provisions for Municipal Home Rule LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1379, H.P. 1097 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Appointment of the Attorney General by the Governor O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1407, H.P. 1117 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing that the Minimum Age for State Representatives be Eighteen LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1457, S.P. 441 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution for Succession in the Event of the Governor's Inability to Discharge Powers and Duties of His Office O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1490, H.P. 1194 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Gubernatorial Run-off Elections O.N.T.P.
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1516, S.P. 463 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Selection of the Executive Council by Popular Election in Such Areas as Provided by Law O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1625, H.P. 1349 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Facsimile Signatures on Commissions O.N.T.P.
 
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1666, H.P. 1365 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Allow Municipalities to Provide Limited Property Tax Incentives to Encourage New Business LV/WD  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1756, H.P. 1266 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Establish a Judicial Nominating Commission O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1761, H.P. 1335 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide a Judicial Nominating Commission O.N.T.P.  
1975 Regular Session L.D. 1806, H.P. 1421 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for Direct Initiative for Proposed Amendments to the Constitution Failed Final Passage  
1976 First Special Session L.D. 1994, H.P. 1829 OTP-ND L.D. 2295, H.P. 2171 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Increase the Bonding Limit on Maine Veterans' Mortgage Loans from $2,000,000 to $5,000,000 (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Increase the Bonding Limit on Maine Veterans' Mortgage Loans from $2,000,000 to $4,000,000 and to Decrease the Bonding Limit of the Maine School Building Authority from $25,000,000 to $10,000,000. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Increase the Bonding Limit on Maine Veterans' Mortgage Loans from $2,000,000 to $4,000,000 and to Decrease the Bonding Limit of the Maine School Building Authority from $25,000,000 to $10,000,000?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1975, c. 8 Approved at Nov. 2, 1976 Referendum Yes: 247,499 No: 170,083
1976 First Special Session L.D. 2075, H.P. 1895 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide that the House of Representatives shall, beginning on the Day Next Preceding the First Wednesday after the First Tuesday in January 1985, Consists of One Hundred and Thirty Two Members Instead of One Hundred and Fifty One. LV/WD  
1976 1st Special Session L.D. 2159, H.P. 1970 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Allowing the Governor Ten Days to Act on Legislation. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Allow the Governor Ten Days to Act on Legislation?) Enacted with Amendment H-926 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 6. Approved at Nov. 2, 1976 Referendum . Yes: 332,174 No: 98,043
1976 1st Special Session L.D. 2170, H.P. 1981 Resolution. Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money Died Between Houses  
1976 1st Special Session
LD 2204, H.P. 2028 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Assessment of all Real and Personal Property on the Basis of Current Use O.N.T.P.  
1976 First Special Session L.D. 2206, S.P. 689 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Assure Revenues for Bond Service and Prohibit State Bonding of Current Expenditures. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Prohibit State Bonding of Current Expenditures and Assure Revenues for Bond Service?) Enacted with Amendments S-416 and S-508 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 9.
Approved at Nov. 2, 1976 Referendum Yes: 242,299 No: 149,571
1976 First Special Session L.D. 2209, H.P. 2037 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Allow Judges Whose Terms of Office Expire or Who Reach Mandatory Retirement Age to Continue to Hold Office for up to 6 Months Until Their Successors are Appointed. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Allow Judges Whose Terms of Office Expire or who Reach Mandatory Retirement Age to Continue to Hold Office up to 6 Months Until their Successors are Appointed?) Enacted with Amendment H-951 as Con. Res. 1975, c. 7. Approved at Nov. 2, 1976 Referendum Yes: 331,802 No: 105,278
1977 First Regular Session L.D. __, (No Number Assigned) H.P. 838 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Allowing Certain Crimes to be Prosecuted by Information Indef. P.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 2, H.P. 2 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Mandate the Appropriation of Funds for State Employee and Teacher Retirement Costs O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 13, S.P. 8 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives to 99 Members and Establishing the Size of the Senate at 33 Members LV/WD  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 24, H.P. 15 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Repeal the Section Concerning Continuity of State and Local Government in Case of Enemy Attack Died Between Houses  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 33, H.P. 24 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for a Four Year Term of the Office of Sheriff Died Between Houses  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 105, H.P. 85 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives to 132 Members and Establishing the Size of the Senate at 33 Members Indef. P.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 145, H.P. 115 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Abolish the Office of Treasurer of State LV/WD  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 358, H.P. 303 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Governor to a Single Four-Year Term O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 535, H.P. 427 OTP-ND L.D. 1675, H.P. 1449 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Prohibit Referendum Voting at Primary Elections Died Between Houses  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 651, H.P. 536 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Undedicate the Highway Fund Died Between Houses  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 721, H.P. 595 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Selection and Bonding of the Treasurer of State O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 722, H.P. 596 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce the Number of Signatures Necessary on Petitions to Initiate Legislation O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 778, S.P. 252 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Reduce and Combine the Guarantee Limits for Insurance of Enterprises within the Limits of the State, and to Make Vessels Registered in the State Eligible for Such Insurance. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the First Session of the 108th Legislature to Reduce and Combine the Guarantee Limits for the Insurance of Enterprises Within the State, and to Make Vessels Registered in the State Eligible for Such Insurance?) Enacted with Amendment S-206 as Con. Res. 1977, c. 3 Approved at Nov. 7, 1978 Referendum Yes: 204,747 No: 95,546
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 779, S.P. 254 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit Tax Increases to a One-Year Period and to Require Further Legislation and Economic Impact Analysis for Further Continuation of Any Tax Increase, O.N.T.P.
 
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 798, H.P. 655 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Eliminate the Office of Justice of the Peace as a Constitutional Office. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Eliminate the Office of Justice of the Peace as a Constitutional Office?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1977, c. 1. Approved at Nov. 7, 1978 Referendum Yes: 179,146 No: 141,527
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 933, H.P. 779 An Act to require an Advisory Referendum on the Equal Rights Amendment O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1026, H.P. 839 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that the Membership of the House of Representatives shall be Three Times that of the Senate and that Each Senate District shall be Composed of Three Contiguous House Districts O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1157, H.P. 948 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Revise the Legislative Apportionment Procedure and to Remove the Supreme Judicial Court as the Final Apportionment Agent LV/WD
 
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1205, S.P. 365 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Selection and Duties of a Lieutenant Governor O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1212, H.P. 1009 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Allowing the Legislature to Impose a Different Rate of Taxation Upon Properties Outside of Incorporated Municipalities and Plantations Indef. P.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1227, S.P. 366 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing to Require the State to Reimburse Municipalities for at Least 50% of Property Tax Exemption Losses (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require the State to Reimburse Municipalities from State Tax Sources for 50% of Losses Caused by Property Tax Exemptions and Credits Enacted After April 1, 1978. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Require the State to Reimburse Municipalities from State Tax Sources for 50% of Losses Caused by Property Tax Exemptions and Credits Enacted after April 1, 1978?) Enacted with Amendment H-937 as Con. Res. 1977, c. 5.

Approved at Nov. 7, 1978 Referendum Yes: 213,417 No: 100,488"
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1259, H.P. 1048 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require the Legislature to Convene in December after the General Election. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide for the Convening of the Legislature in December Following the General Election, Instead of in January?) Enacted with Amendment H-874 as Con. Res. 1977, c. 4. Approved at Nov. 7, 1978 Referendum Yes: 165,262 No: 153,409
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1300, S.P. 387 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Repeal Provisions Relating to the Poll Tax and to Payment in Lieu of Military Duty. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the First Regular Session of the 108th Legislature to Repeal Provisions Relating to the Poll Tax and to Payment in Lieu of Military Duty?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1977, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 7, 1978 Referendum Yes: 185,997 No: 124,650
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1519, H.P. 1286 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Election of Executive Officials O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1520, H.P. 1287 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money and Retaining the Power within the Legislature to Override Such Item Vetoes Died Between Houses  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1456, H.P. 1157 Resolution, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution to Provide that the Secretary of State be Elected by Popular Vote and to Establish the Duties of that Office. O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1586, S.P. 461 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit the Legislature the Power to Stay Rules and Proposed Rules of State Executive Agencies Found not to be within the Intent of the Authorizing Legislation Until the Legislature has had an Opportunity to Act LV/WD  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1658, H.P. 1397 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Delegate Certain Emergency Budgetary Powers to a Joint Legislative Committee Failed Final Passage
 
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1728, H.P. 1501 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Amount of Revenues which may be Raised by Taxes in any Fiscal Year O.N.T.P.  
1977 First Regular Session L.D. 1777, H.P. 1557 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Providing that All State Revenues, with the Exception of those Now Designated to the Highway Fund, with the Exception that the Legislature May Provide Dedication of Revenues to the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, with the Exception of Provisions Attached to Federal Funds, and with the Exception of Private Gifts be Credited to and Appropriated from the General Fund O.N.T.P.  
1978 Second Regular Session L.D. 1943, H.P. 1886 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Grant the Supreme Judicial Court the Power to Remove a Judicial Officer From Office Died Between Houses  
1978 Second Regular Session L.D. 2198, S.P. 479 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide that Taxes which a School District is Authorized to Levy May Be Assessed in Any Cost-Sharing Formula Mutually Agreeable to the Communities. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Provide that Taxes which a School District is Authorized to Levy may be Assessed in any Cost-Sharing Formula Mutually Agreeable to the Communities Involved?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1977, c. 6 Approved at Nov. 7, 1978 Referendum a Yes: 212,063 No: 97,764
1978 First Special Session L.D. 2209, S.P. 772 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Amount of Government Spending and Taxes which may be Made without Voter Approval Died Between Houses  
1978 First Special Session L.D. 2210, H.P. 2336 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Establish Property Tax Exemptions for Maine Homesteads Died Between Houses  
1978 First Special Session L.D. 2211, H.P. 2344 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require the Governing Body of State and Local Units of Government to Establish Reasonable Expenditure Limits for their Respective Units; to Provide Property Tax Relief by Requiring Property Tax Exemption on the First $10,000 on an Owner's Principal Place of Residence; to Provide Property Tax Relief to Renters; and to Finance Property Tax Relief by Providing that a One Percent Sales and Use Tax shall be Collected by the State and Distributed to Local Governments O.N.T.P.  
1978 First Special Session L.D. 2212, H.P. 2345 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Amount of Revenues which may be Raised by Taxes in any Fiscal Year Died Between Houses  
1978 First Special Session L.D. 2213, H.P. 2346 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Limit the Maximum Property Tax which can be Levied Died Between Houses  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 3, S.P. 3 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit Tax Increases to a One-Year Period to Require Further Legislation and Economic Impact Analysis for the Further Continuation of any Tax Increase and to Require a Two-Thirds Vote of Each House to Extend the Tax O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 7, H.P. 1 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Provide for the Convening of the Legislature in January Instead of December Died Between Houses  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 87, H.P. 79 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Reducing to 18 Years the Age at which a Person May Serve as a Member of the Maine Legislature LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 97, H.P. 86 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Reducing to 21 Years of Age at which a Person May Serve as a State Senator Died Between Houses  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 119, H.P. 110 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that the Membership of the House of Representatives shall be Three Times that of the Senate and that Each Senate District shall be Composed of Three Contiguous House Districts LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 182, S.P. 96 OPT-ND L.D. 1640, S.P. 580 OTP-ND L.D. 1641, S.P. 579 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Amount of State Expenditures which may be Made from Undedicated Revenues without Voter Approval (New Title LD 1640): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Amount of State Expenditures which may be Made without Voter Approval Died Between Houses
 
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 225, H.P. 178 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Age at which a Person May Serve in the Maine legislature to 18 for members of the House of Representatives and 21 for Members of the Senate LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 246, H.P. 197 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Repealing the Offices of Judges of Probate and Registers of Probate as Constitutional Officers LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 348, H.P. 288 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Purposes for the Meeting of the First Regular Session of the Legislature During December to Election of Constitutional Officers and Legislative Officers and to Provide for Senate Apportionment in 1983 Failed Final Passage  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 363, H.P. 286 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that the House of representatives shall be Reduced from 151 to 132 Members LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 364, H.P. 287 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Guarantee the Rights, Privileges and Immunities of Its Citizens O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 384, H.P. 239 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Gubernatorial Run-Off Elections O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 429, H.P. 330 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Amount of Revenues which May be Raised in any Fiscal Year O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 489, H.P. 382 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Abolish the Office of Secretary of State and to Create the Office of Lieutenant Governor LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 490, H.P. 383 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Legislature's Power to Change Measures Adopted by the People or to Reenact Measures suspended by the People O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 547, H.P. 430 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Remove the Literacy Requirements for Eligibility to Vote. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Remove the Literacy Requirements for Eligibility to Vote?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1979, c. 1 Not Approved at Nov. 6, 1979 Referendum Yes: 84,971 No: 170,267
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 973, H.P. 780 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to maintain and protect the Integrity of the Maine State Retirement System Died Between Houses  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1088, H.P. 847 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Remove the Attorney General, Secretary of State and Treasurer as Constitutional Officers LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1048, H.P. 846 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit Maine Senators to Not More than Five Consecutive Two-Year Terms, and to Limit Maine Representatives to Not More than Five Consecutive Two-Year Terms LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1218, H.P. 983 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish Property Exemptions for Maine Homesteads LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1283, H.P. 1040 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Allowing the Legislature to Impose a Property Tax in Excess of the Cost of Services Upon Properties in the Unorganized Territories LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1347, H.P. 1033 OTP-ND L.D. 1599, H.P. 1366 (Minority Report) Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Changing the Legislature to a Single Chamber, Unicameral System O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1386, S.P. 457 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit the Governor to Veto or Reduce Appropriations in Bills and to Permit the Legislature to Override that Veto or Reduction LV/WD  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1489, H.P. 1213 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Five-Year Terms for Judges Instead of Seven-Year Terms and to Provide for Legislative Action Upon Petition of Judicial Misconduct O.N.T.P.  
1979 First Regular Session L.D. 1599, H.P. 1366 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Changing the Legislature to a Single Chamber, Unicameral System. (Minority Report of L.D. 1347 Recommended "Ought to Pass--New Draft L.D. 1599) Not Accepted  
1980 Second Regular Session L.D. 1747, H.P. 1638 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Amend the Referendum and Initiative Provisions. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Change the Referendum Provisions so that the Direct Initiative and People's Veto Elections can be Held at the Same Time as a Scheduled Statewide Election?) Enacted with Amendment H-881 as Con. Res. 1979, c. 3.
Approved at Nov. 4, 1980 Referendum Yes: 364,629 No: 96,099
1980 Second Regular Session L.D. 1824, H.P. 1720 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Bring into Conformance the Year in which the House and Senate shall be Apportioned. (Shall The Constitution of Maine be Amended to Bring into Conformance the Year in Which the House and Senate shall be Apportioned?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1979, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 4, 1980 Referendum. Yes: 298,113 No: 144,976
1980 Second Regular Session L.D. 1825, H.P. 1721 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Delete from the Constitution All References to Justices of the Peace and to Clarify the Status of Notaries Public LV/WD  
1980 Second Regular Session L.D. 1921, H.P. 1799 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Undedicate the Highway Fund Died Between Houses  
1980 Second Regular Session L.D. 1969, S.P. 778 OTP-ND L.D. 2007, S.P. 804 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Repealing the Exclusion of Judges of Probate from the Governor's Authority to Appoint All Judicial Officers (New Title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Allowing Either the Constitution or Statutes to Determine the Manner of Selection of Judges of Probate and Justices of the Peace. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Allow Either the Constitution or Statutes to Determine the Manner of Selection of Judges of Probate and Justices of the Peace?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1979, c. 4.
Approved at Nov. 4, 1980 Referendum. Yes: 288,116 No: 156,880
1981 First regular Session L.D. 133, H.P. 151 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that the House of Representatives shall be Reduced from 151 to 132 Members LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 226, H.P. 179 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Right to Privacy LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 338, H.P. 294 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Maintain and Protect the Integrity of the Maine State Retirement System O.N.T.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 339, H.P. 295 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Clarifying Residency Requirements for Candidates for and Members of the Maine House of Representatives. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Clarify the Residency Requirements for Candidates for and Members of the House of Representatives by Requiring that they Must Reside in the District which They Represent?) Enacted with Amendment H-47 as Con. Res. 1981,c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1981 Referendum. Yes: 193, 862 No: 37,257
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 405, H.P. 357 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Counties which have Adopted a Charter with Home Rule Authority Regarding the Office of Sheriff O.N.T.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 483, H.P. 436 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Abolish the Office of Secretary of State and to Create the Office of Lieutenant Governor Indef. P.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 536, H.P. 480 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Term of office of the Attorney General from Two Years to Four Years Beginning December, 1984 O.N.T.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 558, H.P. 507 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Abolishing the Second Regular Session of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 559, H.P. 508 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Term of Office for State Legislators from Two Years to Four Years Died Between Houses  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 685, H.P. 608 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that for Certain Counties, a Specific Percentage of the Population be Included in a Separate Senate District Died Between Houses  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 833, H.P. 733 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Undedicate the Highway Fund Indef. P.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 981, H.P. 825 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Frequency with which Items can be Proposed by the Initiative Procedure LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1225, H.P. 1015 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Counties which have Adopted a Home Rule Charter to Provide for an Alternative Manner of Selecting the Register of Probate LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1226, H.P. 1016 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Repeal the Status of the Office of Sheriff LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1317, H.P. 1112 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Amend the Law and Constitutional Provisions Relating to Consolidating Initiative and Referendum Elections to Dates of Next General Election. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Change the Initiative Provisions to Require that for Initiatives Begun after the Effective Date of this Resolution All Signatures be Dated and Limit the Validity of a Signature to One Year?) Enacted with Amendment H-283 as Con, Res 1981, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1981 Referendum Yes: 141, 975 No: 77, 170
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1355, H.P. 1138 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Allowing the Legislature to Impose a Property Tax in Excess of the Cost of Services Upon Properties in the Unorganized Territories LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1575, H.P. 1413 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for a Four-Year Term of Office for Sheriff O.N.T.P.  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1589, H.P. 1449 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Amend the Provisions Requiring the State to Reimburse Municipalities and Counties for Losses Caused by Property Tax Revenues and Credits Enacted After April 1, 1978 LV/WD  
1981 First Regular Session L.D. 1694, H.P. 1705 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Decrease the Bonding Limit of the Maine School Building Authority from $10,000,000 to $6,000,000. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Decrease the Bonding Limit of the Maine School Building Authority from $10,000,000 to $6,000,000?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1981, c. 3
Approved at Nov. 3, 1981 Referendum. Yes: 143,962 No: 80,300
1982 Second Regular Session L.D. 1782, H.P. 1792 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Prohibiting Bond Issues of Less than $2,000,000 (New Title by Amendment H-597) An Act Prohibiting Bond Issues of Less than $2,000,000 Died Between Houses  
1982 Second Regular Session L.D. 1783, H.P. 1793 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prevent Combining more than One Bond Issue Item in a Single Bond Issue Bill Indef. P.P.  
1982 Fourth Special Session L.D. 1756, S.P. 753 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Life of Bond Issues (New Title by Amendment S-385): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Life of Bond Authorizations. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Limit the Life of Bonds Authorized but Not Issued?) Enacted with Amendment S-385 as Con. Res. 1981, c. 4 Approved at Nov. 2, 1982 Referendum Yes: 241,838 No: 152,727
1982 Fourth Special Session L.D. 2061, S.P. 920 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Authorize the Credit of the State to be Loaned to Secure Funds for Loans to Parents of Maine Students Attending Institutions of Higher Education. (Shall the Constitution be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Authorize the Credit of the State to be Loaned to Secure Funds for Loans to Parents of Maine Students Attending Institutions of Higher Education?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1981, c. 5 Approved at Nov. 2, 1982 Referendum Yes: 257,040 No No:162,696
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 30, H.P. 25 OTP-ND L.D. 1525, H.P. 1155 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Maintain and Protect the Integrity of the Maine State Retirement System (New title): An Act to Clarify Legislative Intent Concerning Funding of the Maine State Retirement System Enacted as PL 1983, c. 291 Enacted as Public Law. Never went to Referendum
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 59, S.P. 28 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Equality of Rights Under the Law. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Provide for an Equal Rights Amendment?) Enacted with Amendment S-49 as Con. Res. 1983, c. 1 Not approved at Nov. 6, 1984 Referendum. Yes: 195,653 No: 333,998
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 65, H.P. 59 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prevent Initiated Legislation Rejected by the Electors at referendum from Being Reinitiated Unless Accompanied by Twice the Number of Signatures Required O.N.T.P.  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 168, S.P. 62 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that Senators Shall Serve Four-Year Terms Commencing in 1986 Committee of Conference Unable to Agree. Not Enacted  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 263, S.P. 111 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Extend the tenure for Sheriffs from Two Years to Four Years Indef. P.P.  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 410, H.P. 352 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit Maine Senators to not More than Five Consecutive Two-year Terms, and to Limit Maine Representatives to not More than Five Consecutive Two-year Terms O.N.T.P.  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 652, H.P. 502 Resolution, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of Maine to Change Municipal Property Tax Loss Reimbursement Formula, to Change the Penalty for the Use of Land Subject to Current Valuation and to Require a Two-thirds Vote for Expenditure of Funds from the Mining Excise Trust Fund. (First of Two Proposed Amendment Questions) (Shall the Constitution be Amended to Change the Municipal Property Tax Loss Reimbursement Provisions and to Change the Penalty Payable Upon the Change of Use of Land Containing Minerals which is being Valued at Current Use?) Enacted with Amendments H-317 and H-331 as Con. Res. 1983, c. 2
Approved at Nov. 8, 1983 Referendum. Yes: 140,680 No: 125,309
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 652, H.P. 502 Resolution, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of Maine to Change Municipal Property Tax Loss Reimbursement Formula, to Change the Penalty for the Use of Land Subject to Current Valuation and to Require a Two-thirds Vote for Expenditure of Funds from the Mining Excise Trust Fund. (Second of Two Proposed Amendment Questions) (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Require Two-thirds Vote of the Elected Members of the Legislature to Expend Any Principal Amount of the Mining Excise Tax Trust Fund or Any Successor Funds?) Enacted with Amendments H-317 and H-331 as Con. Res. 1983, c. 2
Approved at Nov. 8, 1983 Referendum Yes: 179,082 No: 96,370
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 731, S.P. 242 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Staggered Four-Year Terms for Senators State Government Conference Committee. Not enacted.  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 788, H.P. 637 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives 99 Members (by request)
LV/WD  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 847, S.P. 282 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit Municipalities to Exempt Watercraft from Property Taxation LV/WD  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 1099, H.P. 849 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Restrict the Period of Retroactivity of Taxation Legislation to No More Than One Year Died Between Houses  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 1248, H.P. 968 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit Moneys Dedicated to the Highway Fund to be Used to Provide Operational Subsidies for Various Forms of Surface Passenger Transit Died Between Houses  
1983 First Regular Session L.D. 1430, H.P. 1087 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Undedicate the Highway Fund O.N.T.P.  
1984 Second Regular Session L.D. 1832, H.P. 1410 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Life of Authorized Bonds. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Limit the Life of Bonds Authorized but not Issued?) Enacted with Amendment S-483 as Con. Res. 1983, c. 4.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1984 Referendum. Yes: 309,717 No: 175,127
1984 Second Regular Session L.D. 2147, H.P. 1623 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that, Beginning with the Property Tax Year 1984, All Watercraft as Defined by the Legislature shall be Exempt from Taxation as Personal Property, Provided that Certain Watercraft as Defined by the Legislature shall be Subject to an Excise Tax to be Collected and Retained by the Municipalities. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended so that No Watercraft will be Taxed as Personal Property, Provided there is an Excise Tax on Watercraft Collected and Used by Municipalities?) Enacted with Amendment H-534 as Con. Res. 1983, c. 5.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1984 Referendum. Yes: 336,848 No: 169,286
1984 Second Regular Session L.D. 2253, H.P. 1699 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for an Express Statement of the Right to Bail and Authorizing the Denial of Bail in Certain Cases LV/WD  
1984 Second Regular Session L.D. 2256, H.P. 1703 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Enable the Legislature to Establish the Extent of Insurance of Loans to Veterans. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Allow the Legislature to Set the Limit for Guaranteed Business Loans to Maine Veterans?) Enacted with Amendment H-622 as Con. Res. 1983, c. 6.
Approved at Nov. 6, 1984 Referendum. Yes: 296,299 No: 206,760
1984 Second Regular Session
L.D. 2281, H.P. 1728 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Relieve Municipalities from the Loss of Tax Base Caused by Property Tax Exemptions by Requiring that the State Pay at Least 50% of the Cost of Any New State Mandated Programs LV/WD  
1984 Second Regular Session L.D. 2311, H.P. 1750 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that Municipalities May Choose to Tax Certain Property which has been Exempt at a Percentage of Just Value LV/WD  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 147, H.P. 122 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Remove the Restriction that Prevent a Person from Serving More than 2 Consecutive Terms as Governor LV/WD  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 461, H.P. 344 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money and Retaining the Power within the Legislature to Override Such Item Vetoes O.N.T.P.  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 549, H.P. 400 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reducing the Size of the House of Representatives to 99 Members LV/WD  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 703, H.P. 500 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Concerning the assessment of Property Taxes LV/WD  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 913, H.P. 627 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Authorize the Expenditure of Highway Fund Money for Public Transportation that is Dependent Upon Highways and Bridges for Operation LV/WD  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 943, S.P. 348 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Extend the Tenure of Sheriffs from 2 Years to 4 Years. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Extend the Tenure for Sheriffs from 2 Years to 4 Years?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1985, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 5, 1985 Referendum. Yes: 110,080 No: 80,141
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 1093, S.P. 394 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Staggered 4-Year Terms for Senators House Accepted Committee of Conference Report. Senate Accepted O.N.T.P. Report. Unable to Agree.  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 1294, H.P. 899 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Relating to Salaries Received by Judges who have been Relieved of their Duties O.N.T.P.  
1985 First Regular Session L.D. 1353, H.P. 943 Correct Certain Inconsistencies Relating to Civil Offices Enacted with Amendment H-169 as Con. Res. 1985, c. 2 Not approved at Nov. 5, 1985 Referendum. Yes: 92,262 No: 92,824
1986 Second Regular Session L.D. 697, H.P. 494 OTP-ND L.D. 2252, H.P. 1599 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Reapportionment Procedures to Reflect Changes in Legislative Procedures and to Specify how the Reapportionment Commission should Operate. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Improve the Efficiency of the Apportionment Commission and to Specify how the Commission should Operate?) Enacted with Amendment H-602 as Con. Res. 1985, c. 3 Approved at Nov. 4 , 1986 Referendum. Yes: 250,609 No: 130,410
1986 Second Regular Session L.D. 628, H.P. 446 OPT-ND L.D. 2143, H.P. 1523 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that Local Units of Government be Reimbursed for the Costs Incurred in Executing State-Mandated Programs (New title): An Act Requiring Fiscal Impact Statements Describing the Costs and Benefits Associated with Each legislative Document and Agency Rule that Affect Political Subdivisions of the State Indef. P.P.  
1986 Second Regular Session L.D. 905, H.P. 637 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for an Express Statement of the Right to Bail and Authorizing the Denial of Bail in Certain Cases LV/WD  
1986 Second Regular Session L.D. 1007, S.P. 373 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for a Clear Right to Bail with a Possible Denial of Bail in Certain Cases LV/WD  
1986 Second Regular Session L.D. 1919, H.P. 1415 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Legislature to Shorten the Terms of Office of Active Retired Judges LV/WD  
1986 Second Regular Session
L.D. 2228, H.P. 1579 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Legislative Veto over Agency Rules Died in Committee of Conference  
1986 Second Regular Session L.D. 2419. S.P. 974 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Providing for Filling a Vacancy in the Office of Governor after the Convening of the Legislature and Before the Governor-elect is Inaugurated Died Between Houses  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 572, H.P. 427 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Requiring Residency of Candidates at the Time of Nomination for Placement on the Ballot. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Require a Candidate for State Representative or State Senator to Be a Resident in the District which the Candidate Seeks to Represent at the Time He is Nominated to be Placed on Any Election Ballot?) Enacted with Amendment H-718 as Con. Res. 1987, c.1.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1987 Referendum. Yes: 300,932 No: 73,316
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 651. H.P. 484 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Insure the Preservation of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Clarify the Rights of Citizens to Keep and Bear Arms?) Enacted with Amendment H-230 as Con. Res. 1987, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1987 Referendum. Yes: 216,013 No: 159,226
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 858, H.P. 635 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills Appropriating Money and Retaining the Power within the Legislature to Override Such Item Vetoes
O.N.T.P.  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 1134, H.P. 843 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Limit on Increases in the Local Property Tax LV/WD  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 1232, H.P. 920 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Relating to Salaries Received by Judges who have been Relieved of their Duties LV/WD  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 1389, H.P. 1031 Resolution, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Popular Election of the Attorney General, Secretary of State, Treasurer of State and State Auditor
O.N.T.P.  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 1393, H.P. 1035 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Allowing Municipalities with Opportunity Zones to Authorize Selective Tax Exemptions to New or Expended Businesses within the Zone LV/WD  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 1593, H.P. 1167 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Limiting the Power of the Legislature to Raise Taxes O.N.T.P.  
1987 First Regular Session L.D. 1665, H.P. 1221 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Increase the Aggregate Limit on Insured Mortgage Loans to $95,000,000 LV/WD  
1988 Second regular Session L.D. 1949, H.P. 1432 OTP-ND L.D. 2571, H.P. 1877 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Make the Language of the Constitution Gender Neutral Enacted with Amendments H-521, H-579 and S-360 as Con. Res. 1987, c. 3. Subsequently this Con. Res. was repealed by the enactment of LD 2695, as Con. Res. 1988, c. 4.  
1988 Third Special Session L.D. 2695, H.P. 1993 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Clarify the Original Resolution Making the Language of the Constitution Gender Neutral. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to remove Gender-biased Language in Order to Clarify that the Constitution Applies to All Individuals?) Enacted as Con. Res. 1987, c. 4.
Approved at Nov. 8, 1988 Referendum. Yes: 292,335 No: 232,456
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 4, H.P. 10 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Governor to Veto Items Contained in Bills
Appropriating Money and Retaining the Power in the Legislature to Override those Line Item Vetoes
O.N.T.P.  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 317, H.P. 233 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Requiring Successful Gubernatorial Candidates to
Receive More than 50 Percent of the Votes Duly Cast
O.N.T.P.
 
1989 First Regular Session
L.D. 699, S.P. 271 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Base the Valuation of All Real Estate on the
Current Use of the Real Estate
LV/WD
 
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 710, H.P. 525 Resolution, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Popular Election of the Attorney
General and the Secretary of State
O.N.T.P.
 
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 785, H.P. 581
Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Allowing for Variation in Property Tax Valuations
O.N.T.P.  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 808, H.P. 590 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow for the Popular Initiation of Amendments to the Maine Constitution
   
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1007, H.P. 730 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Tax Relief to Owners of Registered Historic
Properties
O.N.T.P.
 
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1037, S.P. 392 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Terms of Members of the Senate from 2 to
4 Years
O.N.T.P.  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1090, H.P. 778 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit Municipalities to Freeze Property Taxes for
Residents upon Reaching the Age of 65
O.N.T.P.  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1120, H.P. 808 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for 4-Year Terms for Senators and
Representatives
Unable to Agree.  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1183, H.P. 851 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require the State to Pay Property Taxes on State-
owned Property
O.N.T.P.
 
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1259, H.P. 902 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to Increase the Availability of Legislative Participation O.N.T.P.  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1364, H.P. 986 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide that Maximum Valuations be Established for
Residential, Current Use and Undeveloped Real Estate Based on a Replacement Cost less Depreciation Method of Assessment
LV/WD
 
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1449, H.P. 1038 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding the Undedication of Highway Funds Leave to Withdraw  
1989 First Regular Session L.D. 1754, H.P. 1255 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Commit State Support of Affordable Housing. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended by a Resolution of the Legislature to Insure the Payment of Mortage Loans for Affordable Housing for Maine Citizens, Not to Exceed $25,000,000 in the Aggregate?)
Enacted with Amendment H-537 as Con. Res. C.1 Not approved at Nov. 7, 1989 Referendum. Yes: 112,090 No: 115,232
1990 Second Regular Session L.D. 2044, S.P. 793 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Property Tax Relief for Marine-related
Industries
O.N.T.P.
 
1990 Second Regular Session L.D. 2167, H.P. 1561 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Ensure the Financial Integrity of Any Public Mutual
Insurance Company Established to Provide Workers' Compensation Insurance to Employers in this State
LV/WD
 
1990 Second Regular Session L.D. 2315, H.P. 1673 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Current Use Valuation for Children's Camps
O.N.T.P.
 
1990 Second Regular Session L.D. 2459, H.P. 1793 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Ensure Proper Oversight of State Spending
Failed Final Passage.  
1990 Second Regular Session L.D. 2485, H.P. 1813 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Commit State Support of Affordable Housing. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature to Insure Payment of Mortgage Loans for the Purpose of Encouraging the Acquisition, Construction, Repair or Remodeling of Housing for Maine Citizens?)
Enacted as Con. Res. 1989, c. 2 Not approved at Nov. 6, 1990 Referendum. Yes: 236,348 No: 250,346
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 190, S.P. 103 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Governor's Term of Office
O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 224, S.P. 122 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Protect the Assets of State Retirement Plans. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Provide that Funds Appropriated to the Maine State Retirement System become Assets of the System and May Not be Diverted to Another Purpose?) Enacted with Amendment S-82 as Con. Res. 1991, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 5, 1991 Referendum. Yes: 262,113 No: 111,705
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 281, H.P. 188 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require That Local Units of Government Be Reimbursed for the Costs Incurred in Executing State-mandated Programs
O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 347, H.P. 256 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for 4-year Terms for Senators and Members
of the House of Representatives
Unable to Agree  
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 449, H.P. 319 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Requiring the Governor-elect to Receive More than 50%
of the Votes Duly Cast
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1044 , H.P. 740 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to Increase the Availability of Legislative Participation Died Between Houses  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1045, H.P. 741 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for a Uniform Property Tax
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1064, S.P. 387 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Ensure the Financial Integrity of Any Public Mutual
Insurance Company Established to Provide Workers' Compensation Insurance
O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1221, H.P. 855 Resolution, Proposing to Require that Certain State Officers Be Appointed by the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1266, S.P. 474 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Ensure Proper Oversight of State Spending
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 1369, H.P. 947 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Override of a Governor's Veto by a Three-Fifths Vote
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 1462, S.P. 558 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Concerning Taxation of Condominiums and Planned Unit
Developments
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 1484, S.P. 564 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Defining "Just Value"
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1518, H.P. 1045 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Popular Election of Constitutional Officers
O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1647, H.P. 1122 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1724, H.P. 1181 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Undedicate Highway Revenues O.N.T.P.  
1991 First Regular Session L.D. 1758, H.P. 1202 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Recall of State Elective Officials
Died Between Houses  
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 1807, H.P. 1241 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Give School Districts Taxing Authority
O.N.T.P.
 
1991 First Regular Session
L.D. 1854, H.P. 1284 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Greater Legislative Oversight over Agency
Rulemaking
Died Between Houses  
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 66, S.P. 42 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide State Funding of Any Mandate Imposed on Municipalities. (Shall the Constitution of Maine be Amended to Require the State to Fund any State Mandate Imposed Upon a Municipality by Statute, by Executive Order or by Rule?) Enacted with Amendments S-527, H-1237 and S- 555 as Con. Res. 1991, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1992 Referendum. Yes: 327,249 No: 278,518
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 1441, H.P. 992 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Ensure State Recognition of the Rights of Victims of Crime

O.N.T.P.
 
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 1740, S.P. 664 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Compensation when State Actions Diminish
Property Values
O.N.T.P.  
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 1966, H.P. 1378 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Expenditure of the Funds of a Public Mutual Insurance Company Created by the State to Provide
O.N.T.P.  
1992 Second Regular Session
L.D. 2012, S.P. 813 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow the State to Refund Bonds
O.N.T.P.
 
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 2090, H.P. 1458 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Clarify Succession to the Positions of Treasurer of State and Secretary of State. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Deputy Treasurer of State to Fill the Vacant Position of Treasurer of State and the First Deputy of State to Fill the Vacant Position of Secretary of State Until the Legislature Elects a New Treasurer of State and Secretary of State during the Current Session, or in the Next Regular or Special Session?) Enacted with Amendments H-933 and H-1032 as Con. Res. 1991, c. 3.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1992 Referendum. Yes: 396,409 No: 219,822
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 2336, H.P. 1569 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Term of and Method of Choosing the Treasurer of the State of Maine
O.N.T.P.  
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 2337, H.P. 1660 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the House of Representatives Died Between Houses  
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 2338 H.P. 1661 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for a Limit on State Spending and the Creation of Reserves
O.N.T.P.
 
1992 Second Regular Session L.D. 2366, H.P. 1686 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Protect Revenues Raised by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Provide that Revenues Derived from Noncommercial Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Licenses and Permits and Other Revenues Collected by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, other than Revenues Set Aside for Special Purposes , must be Appropriated to the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife?) Enacted with Amendment H-1102 as Con. Res. 1991, c. 4.
Approved at Nov. 3, 1992 Referendum. Yes: 467,672 No: 164,759
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 228, H.P. 176 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Protect State Parks. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Protect State Park or Other Designated Conservation or Recreation Land Acquired by Requiring a 2/3 Vote of the Legislature to Reduce it or Change its Purpose?) Enacted with Amendments H-92 and H-679 as Con. Res. 1993, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 2, 1993 Referendum. Yes: 169,485 No: 63,056
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 407, H.P. 319 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Protect Revenue in Other Special Revenue Funds
O.N.T.P.
 
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 502, H.P. 389 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Modify Terms of Office for Senators and Members of the House of the House of Representatives O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 551, H.P. 432 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 743, H.P. 547 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Election Procedures for Constitutional
Officers
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session
L.D. 994, H.P. 736 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that Real and Personal Property Tax Valuation be Assessed according to Current Use
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1032, H.P. 765 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Providing for the Free Election of the Secretary of State and the Attorney General
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1035, H.P. 768 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Create a Unicameral Legislature Died Between Houses  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1179, H.P. 870 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit Terms of Certain State Office Holders O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1196, H.P. 882 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Number of Members in the House of Representatives and Create a Unicameral Legislature O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1255, H.P. 932 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Providing for the Direct Election of the Attorney General and the Secretary of State

O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1277, H.P. 948 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide the Governor with a Line-item Veto
Died Between Houses  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1291, H.P. 960 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Popular Election of the Attorney General
Died Between Houses
 
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1292, H.P. 961 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Popular Election of the
Treasurer of State
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1293, H.P. 962 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Legislative Review of Delegated Rule-making Authority
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1296, H.P. 965 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Providing for the Direct Election of the Secretary of State
Died Between Houses
 
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1327, S.P. 418 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Governor to Veto Specific Appropriations and Allocations
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1336, H.P. 994 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Maine Citizens to Propose Constitutional
Amendments by Initiative
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1365, H.P. 1019 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a 2/3 Affirmative Vote of the Entire Elected Membership of the Legislature to Increase State Income or Sales Tax
O.N.T.P.  
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1430, H.P. 1062 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Freeze the Property Taxes of Citizens Aged 65 and Older under Certain Circumstances
O.N.T.P.
 
1993 First Regular Session L.D. 1474, S.P. 475 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Transfer the Responsibility for Recounts of Elections to the Judicial Branch
Died Between Houses  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 302, H.P. 234 Resolution, to Amend the Constitution of Maine Regarding the Rainy Day Fund
O.N.T.P.
 
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 691, S.P. 220 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Increase the Availability of Legislative Participation
O.N.T.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 698, S.P. 227 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that Certain Officers Be Appointed by the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1194, H.P. 880 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Repealing the Requirement of Grand Jury Review for
Noncapital Crimes
O.N.T.P.
 
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1705, S.P. 606 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Schedule for Paying Off the Unfunded Liability of the Maine State Retirement System
O.N.T.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session
L.D. 1822, S.P. 653 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Contractual Obligation for Members of the Maine State Retirement System
Died Between Houses  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1891 H.P. 1394 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Providing for the Direct Election of the Secretary of State
Indef. P.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1893, S.P. 695 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that the Attorney General Be Appointed by the Governor
Indef. P.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1911, H.P. 1402 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Recall of Persons Holding Elective Civil Offices
O.N.T.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1912, H.P. 1403 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require That the Attorney General Be Appointed by the Governor
Indef. P.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1933, H.P. 1419 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Maine Legislature
Indef. P.P.  
1994 Second Regular Session L.D. 1936, H.P. 1422 Resolution, Proposing An Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Election of a Lieutenant Governor and to Provide for Succession to the Office of Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 40, H.P. 46 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Maine Legislature to 99 Members in the House and 33 Members in the Senate Died Between Houses  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 79, S.P. 49 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require the Popular Election of the Secretary of State
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 113, H.P. 77 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide a Method for Citizen-initiated Recall of Persons Holding Elective Civil Offices
O.N.T.P.
 
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 118, H.P. 82 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Create the Office of Lieutenant Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 148, H.P. 113 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Popular Election of Constitutional Officers
Died Between Houses
 
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 149, H.P. 114 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Lower the Age of Eligibility to Serve in the Legislature
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 158, S.P. 70 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Maintain the Current Amortization Schedule for Unfunded Liabilities and to Prohibit Future Unfunded Liabilities of the Maine State Retirement System. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Require Sound Funding of the Maine State Retirement System, to Require Paying Off the Unfunded Liability in 31 Years and to Prohibit the Creation of New Unfunded Liabilities?) Enacted with Amendment S-276 as Con. Res. 1995, c.2.
Approved at Nov. 7 , 1995 Referendum. Yes: 274,786 No: 123,208
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 193, H.P. 145 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Establish a Limit on Increases in the Local Property Tax
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 201, H.P. 153 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require the Popular Election of the Attorney General
Final Passage Failed
 
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 286, S.P. 110 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Local Tax Assessors to Assess Land at Current Use Value
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 297, S.P. 122 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for 4-year Terms for Senators and Members of the House of Representatives
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 302, H.P. 224 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Safeguard the Assets of the Competitive Workers'
Compensation Fund
O.N.T.P.
 
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 305, H.P. 227 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Allowing Maine Citizens to Propose Constitutional Amendments by Initiative
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 319, S.P. 127 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that Constitutional Officers Be Appointed by the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 378, S.P. 155 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for 4-year Terms for Senators
Died Between Houses  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 431, S.P. 170 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature Following Redistricting in the Year 2003 Died Between Houses  
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 469, H.P. 349 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require Minimum Qualifications for the Treasurer of State
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 473, H.P. 353 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit Revenues Derived from the Use of Vehicles on Public Highways and from Alternative Modes of Transportation to be Used for Obtaining Access to Rights-of-Way for Alternative Forms of Transportation O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 708, H.P. 518 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require Gubernatorial Appointment of the Attorney General
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 713, H.P. 523 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that the Treasurer of State Be Appointed by the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 798, H.P. 588 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Legislative Review of Agency Rulemaking
O.N.T.P.
 
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 853, H.P. 628 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Authorize the Dedication of Vehicle Registration Fees to the Motor Vehicle Inspection Program O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session
L.D. 856, H.P. 631 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Schedule for Paying Off the Unfunded Liability of the Maine State Retirement System
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 900, S.P. 319 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide the Governor with Line-item Veto Power Relating to Budget Legislation
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 931, H.P. 680 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Contractual Obligation for Members of the Maine State Retirement System
Died Between Houses  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 1003, H.P. 729 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Line-item Veto. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Give the Governor a Line-item Veto Over Expenditures of State Funds, Providing that Vetoed Items May be Passed over the Governor's Veto by a Majority of All the Elected Members of the Senate and House of Representatives?) Enacted with Amendments H-175 and H-238 as Con. Res. 1995, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 7, 1995 Referendum. Yes: 286,929 No: 115,216
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 1005, H.P. 731 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Line-item Veto Power on Budget Legislation to the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 1071, H.P. 774 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide the Governor with a Line-item Veto
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 1194, H.P. 863 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Creating a Unicameral Legislature
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 1208, S.P. 440 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding the Constitutional Amendment Process
O.N.T.P.  
1995 First Regular Session L.D. 1224, S.P. 451 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Runoff Elections
O.N.T.P.  
1996 Second Regular Session
L.D. 855, H.P. 630 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Reserve Fund
Died Between Houses  
1996 Second Regular Session
L.D. 1034, H.P. 760 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Future Budget Fund
O.N.T.P.  
1996 Second Regular Session
L.D. 1628, H.P. 1187 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding Municipal Certification of Direct Initiative Petitions. Enacted with Amendment H-714 as Con. Res. 1995, c. 3.
Approved at Nov. 5, 1996 Referendum. Yes: 367,994 No: 187,428
1996 Second Regular Session
L.D. 1664, H.P. 1214 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prohibit the Use of Funds Raised for Bond Issues for Any Other Purpose
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 34, S.P. 36 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Process for the Selection of the State Treasurer
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 201, H.P. 159 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Term of the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 206, H.P. 164 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for 4-year Terms for Senators and Members of the House of Representatives
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 214, S.P. 75 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature Following Redistricting in the Year 2003 O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 256, H.P. 203 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Runoff Election if No Candidate Receives a Majority of the Votes in the General Election

O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 269, S.P. 89 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide 4-year Terms for Senators and Members of the House of Representatives
Died Between Houses  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 354, H.P. 290 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Popular Election of Constitutional Officers
Died Between Houses.

 
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 400, S.P. 121 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require that Constitutional Officers Be Appointed by the Governor
O.N.T.P.
 
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 401, S.P. 122 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require the Election of the Secretary of State in Statewide Elections
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session
L.D. 458, H.P. 336 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Manner in which the Legislature Calls Itself into Special Session
Died Between Houses  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 463, H.P. 341 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Ensure the Rights of Parents to Direct the Upbringing and Education of Their Children
Died in Concurrence  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 475, H.P. 352 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Affirm the Rights to Private Property

O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 480, H.P. 357 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Vote of 3/5 of Each House of the Legislature to Enact or Increase a Tax or License Fee
Died Between Houses  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 495, S.P. 166 Resolution, Proposing An Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Alter the Requirements for Redistricting
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session
L.D. 821, S.P. 252 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide That the Biennial Budget May Take Effect Immediately if Passed by a Majority Vote
Indef. P.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 864, H.P. 639 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Clarify Voting Rights. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Remove the Language Providing that All Persons under Guardianship for Reasons of Mental Illness are Disqualified from Voting?)
Enacted with Amendment H-129 as Con. Res. 1997, c. 1 Not approved at Nov. 4, 1997 Referendum. Yes: 141,654 No: 196,662
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 877, S.P. 269 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Clarify the Process for Inclusion of a Competing Measure
Final Passage Failed
 
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 965, H.P. 701 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for a Passamaquoddy Representative District
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 997, H.P. 733 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Tax Relief for Maine Senior Citizens
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 1160, H.P. 855 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish 4-year Terms for Constitutional Officers
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 1238, S.P. 379 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Make Changes in the Selection and Term of the Secretary of State and Succession of the Office of Governor
O.N.T.P.  
1997 First Regular Session L.D. 1514, H.P. 1077 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Require That All Income and Sales Tax Increases Be Approved by Referendum
O.N.T.P.  
1998 Second Regular Session L.D. 188, H.P. 145 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require Minimum Qualifications for the Treasurer of State
O.N.T.P.  
1998 Second Regular Session L.D. 1601, S.P. 517 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require the Legislature to Provide a Statewide System of Uniform and High-quality Education
O.N.T.P.  
1998 Second Regular Session L.D. 1861, S.P. 639 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Equal Educational Funding
O.N.T.P.  
1998 Second Special Session L.D. 890, S.P. 282 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Reserve Fund
O.N.T.P.  
1998 Second Special Session L.D. 999, H.P. 735 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Contractual Obligation for Members of the Maine State Retirement System
Died Between Houses

 
1998 Second Special Session L.D. 2270, S.P. 857 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Amend the Timing of Elections Following the Submission of a Petition for People's Veto
Died Between Houses  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 85, H.P. 72 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide Tax Relief for Maine Citizens
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 122, S.P. 52 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Amend the Timing of Elections Following the Submission of a Petition for People's Veto. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Require that a Petition for a People's Veto be Voted on at the Next Statewide or General Election, Rather than at a Special Election?) Enacted with Amendment S-24 as Con. Res. 1999, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 2, 1999 Referendum. Yes: 285,174 No: 114,640
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 198, H.P. 136 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Fund Mandates Enacted Solely for an Individual's Safety
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session
L.D. 228, H.P. 166 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Referendum for a People's Veto to Be Held at a Primary or General Election
Indef. P.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 359, H.P. 255 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Vote of 2/3 of Each House of the Legislature to Enact or Include a Tax or License Fee
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 431, H.P. 315 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prohibit Fees for Activity Related to the Election Process
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 566, H.P. 424 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Contractual Obligation for Members of the Maine State Retirement System
O.N.T.P.
 
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 615, H.P. 452 Resolution, to Amend the Constitution of Maine to Elect 2 Senators from Each County
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 641, S.P. 219 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Fixed Number of Signatures on Initiative Referenda Petitions
Died Between Houses  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 642, S.P. 220 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require That Petition Signatures Be Based on 10% of Registered Voters
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 715, H.P. 508 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide 4-year Terms for Members of the Senate and the House of Representatives
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 1235, H.P. 878 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Increase the Number of Signatures Required on Direct Initiative Petitions
O.N.T.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 1266, S.P. 429 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Promote Historic and Scenic reservation. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Allow for Reduced Property Taxes on Property that will be Maintained for Historic Preservation or for Scenic Views of Significant Vistas?) Enacted with Amendment S-96 as Con. Res. 1999, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 2, 1999 Referendum. Yes: 221,997 No: 185,121
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 1431, H.P. 1020 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require Signatures from All Counties on Direct Initiative Petitions
Indef. P.P.  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 1607, S.P. 545 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Revoke Voting Rights of Convicted Felons While they are in Prison
Died Between Houses  
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 1880, S.P. 658 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Protected Capital Reserve Funds
O.N.T.P.
 
1999 First Regular Session L.D. 2034, S.P. 712 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Set a Date for Submission of Legislation by the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
2000 Second Regular Session L.D. 807, S.P. 289 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Establishing a Rainy Day Fund
O.N.T.P.  
2000 Second Regular Session L.D. 1881, S.P. 659 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Debt Issued by the Maine Governmental Facilities Authority
O.N.T.P.
 
2000 Second Regular Session L.D. 2162, H.P. 1514 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Persons with Mental Illness to Vote. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to End Discrimination Against Persons under Guardianship for Mental Illness for the Purpose of Voting?)
Enacted with Amendments H-796 and H-850 as Con. Res 1999, c. 3 Not approved at Nov. 7, 2000 Referendum. Yes: 250,729 No: 379,964
2000 Second Regular Session L.D. 2378, S.P. 928 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Establishing a Budget Stabilization Fund
O.N.T.P.
 
2000 Second Regular Session LD 2422, HP 1716 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Legislature to Provide for Assessment of Property Used for Commercial Fishing at Current Use. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Legislature to Provide for the Assessment of Land Used for Commercial Fishing Activities Based on the Current Use of that Property?)
Enacted with Amendment H-820 as Con. Res. 1999, c. 4 Not approved at Nov. 7, 2000 Referendum. Yes: 301,393 No: 305,554
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 58, H.P. 49 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Popular Election of the Attorney General
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 59, H.P. 50 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Increase the Number of Signatures Required on Direct Initiative Petitions
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 61, H.P. 52 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Eliminate the Ability of the Legislature to Pass Legislation Imposing Mandates on Municipalities
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 63, H.P. 54 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide 4-year Terms for Senators and Members of the House of Representatives
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 123, H.P. 119 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require Signatures From All Counties on Direct Initiative Petitions
Died in Concurrence  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 199, H.P. 188 Resolution, Proposing An Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Restrict Reintroduction of Previously Failed Citizen Initiatives
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 223, S.P. 59 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for Protected Reserve Funds
O.N.T.P.
 
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 358, H.P. 280 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Vote of 2/3 of Each House of the Legislature to Enact or Include a Tax or License Fee
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 381, H.P. 303 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Election of the Secretary of State
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 389, H.P. 311 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prohibit a Person Employed Full-time in the Judicial or Executive Branch of the State from Serving in the Legislature
O.N.T.P.
 
2001 First Regular Session
L.D. 574, H.P. 453 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Number of Signatures Required for Citizen Initiatives
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 575, H.P. 454 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Maine Citizens to Propose Constitutional
Amendments by Initiative
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 576, H.P. 455 Resolution, to Amend the Constitution of Maine to Dedicate Funds for the Protection of Maine's Fish and Wildlife Resources
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 632, H.P. 492 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Municipalities the Option of Exempting Personal Property from Taxation if No Property Owner in the Municipality Owns More than 2% of the Taxable Property in the Municipality
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 635, H.P. 495 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Value All Land Based on Its Current Use
O.N.T.P.
 
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 1058, S.P. 311 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Revoke Voting Rights of Convicted Felons While in Prison
Died Between Houses  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 1113, H.P. 841 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit a Parcel of Land to be Withdrawn from the Maine Tree Growth Tax Program after 20 Years Without Penalty
O.N.T.P.
 
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 1410, S.P. 430 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Repeal Constraints on the Property Tax and to Make the State Jointly Responsible With Municipalities for Equity in Education
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 1452, H.P. 1083 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Popular Election of the Constitutional Officers and State Auditor
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 1518, S.P. 465 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Concerning Direct Initiative of Legislation
O.N.T.P.  
2001 First Regular Session
L.D. 1590, S.P. 503 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Landowners to Withdraw Without Penalty from Current Use Programs Under Certain Conditions
O.N.T.P.
 
2001 First Regular Session L.D. 1767, H.P. 1298 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a 2/3 Vote for the Maine Government Facilities Authority to Issue Securities
Died Between Houses  
2002 Second Regular Session L.D. 1678, H.P. 1231 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish the Legislative Compensation Commission
O.N.T.P.
 
2002 Second Regular Session L.D. 1907, S.P. 705 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow for Loans to be Repaid With Federal Transportation Funds. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Allow the State to Issue Short-term Debt in Limited Amounts that Must be Repaid with Federal Transportation Funds Within 12 Months to Facilitate the Development of Highways, Bridges and Other Transportation Projects?)
Enacted with Amendments S-419 and H-842 as Con. Res. 2001, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 5, 2002 Referendum. Yes: 262,900 No: 212,940
2002 Second Regular Session L.D. 2087, H.P. 1582 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow the Legislature to Establish Classes of Property for Purposes of Taxation and to Exempt Personal Property from Taxation if there is an Excise Tax on Certain Personal Property. (New title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution
of Maine to Allow the Legislature to Establish Classes of Property for Purposes of Property Taxes to Fund Public Education
Died Between Houses  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 38, S.P. 24 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Protect the Commercial Fishing Industry
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 78, S.P. 30 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Direct Election of the Secretary of State
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 107, H.P. 116 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Municipalities to Limit Property Taxes for Elderly Residents
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 108, H.P. 117 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Transportation Revenues to Fund a Flexible and Modern Transportation Policy O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 200, H.P. 159 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Revoke the Voting Privileges of Convicted Persons in Prison
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 205, H.P. 164 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Permit Funding of Public Transportation from Motor Vehicle and Motor Vehicle Fuel Revenues O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 218, H.P. 177 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Stabilize Real Estate Valuation and Protect Ancestral Homes
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 310, H.P. 253 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature Beginning in 2005 O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 321, H.P. 264 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for Protected Reserve Funds
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 509, H.P. 388 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prohibit Fees for Activity Related to the Election Process
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 562, H.P. 425 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Elect 2 Senators from Each County O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 749, H.P. 555 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Control State Spending Based on Certain Guidelines
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 784, H.P. 582 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow the Legislature To Establish a Different Property Tax Rate for Secondary Residential Property for Purposes of Education Funding and To Protect State Funding of Education
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 801, S.P. 280 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require a Vote of 2/3 of Each House of the Legislature To Enact or Increase a Tax
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 877, H.P. 654 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for the Resolution of Disputed Elections by the Supreme Judicial Court
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 916, H.P. 673 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit Present-home Property Taxes
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 940, H.P. 697 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Cap the Property Taxes of Homes That Have Been in the Same Family for 4 Generations
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1012, H.P. 733 Resolution, Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of Maine To Require the Appointment of County Sheriffs, Judges and Registers of Probate
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1123, H.P. 826 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Duration of the Legislative Session
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1124, H.P. 827 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow Property Tax Reductions for Seniors
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1167, H.P. 864 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Restrict an Increase in the Growth of the State Budget to No Greater than 75% of the Rate of Growth of Per Capita Income
Died on Adjournment  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1171, H.P. 868 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow Municipalities To Assess 2nd Homes at up to Twice the Valuation
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1307, H.P. 961 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Create the Maine Economic Stabilization and
Endowment Fund
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1308, H.P. 962 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Restrict the Appearance of Referenda on Ballots at General Elections
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1330, S.P. 432 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide Property Tax Relief for Maine Seniors
O.N.T.P.  
2003 First Regular Session L.D. 1331, S.P. 433 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow Real Estate To Be Valued Differently Based on the Residence of the Owner
O.N.T.P.  
2004 Second Regular Session L.D. 208, H.P. 167 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Related to the Taxation of Personal Property
O.N.T.P.  
2004 Second Regular Session L.D. 938, H.P. 695 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Assessment of Lands Used for Long-term
Ownership
Died Between Houses  
2004 Second Regular Session L.D. 640, H.P. 470 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to Reduce Voting Age Qualifications by 12 Months (New title): An Act To Reduce the Voting Age Qualification for State Primary Elections for Voters Who Will Reach 18 Years of Age by the Time of the General Election
Enacted with Amendment H-637 as PL 2003, c. 577 Enacted as Public Law. Never went to Referendum
2004 Second Regular Session L.D. 1612, H.P. 1188 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Preserve the Fund for a Healthy Maine Died on Adjournment  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 4, H.P. 9 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Property Valuation Process
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 147, S.P. 53 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Revoke the Voting Privileges of Persons Convicted of Certain Crimes
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 150, S.P. 56 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require a 2/3 Vote of the Legislature To Enact or
Increase a Tax
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 295, H.P. 220 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow the Legislature To Permit Municipalities To Adopt a Higher Property Tax Rate on Secondary Residential Property
Died Between Houses  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 296, H.P. 221 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow the Legislature To Authorize or Require a Growth Limitation on the Taxable Value of Small Business Land
Died Between Houses  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 299, H.P. 224 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Permit the Legislature to Allow the Current Use Valuation of Waterfront Land Used for or That Supports Commercial Fishing Activities. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to Permit the Legislature to Authorize Waterfront Land Used for Commercial Fishing Activities to be Assessed Based on the Land's Current Use in a Manner Similar to Treatment Now Available for Farms, Open Space and Forestland?) Enacted with Amendment S-12 as Con. Res. 2005, c. 1.
Approved at Nov. 8, 2005 Referendum. Yes: 276,116 No: 109,508
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 461, H.P. 339 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Regular Session L.D. 939, H.P. 658 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Preserve the Integrity of the Citizen-initiated Petition Process
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 56, H.P. 52 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Facilitate the Repeal of the Taxation of Personal Property Valued at $1,000 or More
Died Between Houses  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 189, H.P. 140 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide Property Tax Relief to Owners of Property
Used for Commercial Fishing and Homestead Land
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 297, H.P. 222 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow the Legislature To Authorize Municipalities To Adopt a Property Tax Assistance Program That Reflects a Claimant's Ability To Pay
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 298, H.P. 223 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Authorize the Legislature To Allow Municipalities To Exempt from Property Tax a Portion of the Value of Homesteads
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 377, H.P. 279 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Establish Health Care as a Right
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 440, H.P. 325 Resolution, to Amend the Constitution of Maine to Change the Number of Senators to 2 from Each County Died Between Houses  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 720 H.P. 515 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Give the Supreme Judicial Court Authority To
Decide Contested Elections Results
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 843, S.P. 282 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for Protected Reserve Funds
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 902, S.P. 310 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Method of Calculating Property Values To Preserve Home Ownership in Maine
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 965, H.P. 675 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide a $5,000 Property Tax Exemption to Veterans, Regardless of Home Value
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 968, H.P. 678 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Prohibit the Imposition of Any New or
Increased Tax or Fee through the Citizen Initiative Process
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1009, S.P. 349 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Allow Real Estate To Be Valued Differently Based on the Residency of the Owner
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1031, H.P. 716 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding the Funding of Local Schools
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1032, H.P. 717 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Lower the Income Tax
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1060, S.P. 377 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Value Land Based on Its Current Use
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1099, H.P. 752 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Ensure Statewide Participation in Initiating a Referendum by Requiring 10% of the Total Vote by County

O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1109, H.P. 762 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Restrict an Increase in the Growth of the State Budget
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1111, H.P. 764 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide 4-year Terms for Senators and Representatives and to Increase Term Limits to 12 Years O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1193, H.P. 822 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Ensure Equal Access to Education for Children in All Parts of the State
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1199, H.P. 827 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit Property Valuation Increases for Persons 65 Years of Age or Older or Disabled Persons
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1235, H.P. 853 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require That a Citizen-initiated Measure That Imposes a New or Increased Tax or Fee Be Approved by the Legislature and Signed by the Governor
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1294, H.P. 891 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Define Marriage
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1357, H.P. 940 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for the Popular Election of the Constitutional Officers and the State Auditor
O.N.T.P.  
2005 First Special Session L.D. 1422, H.P. 986 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Help Voters Control the Cost of Government
Died on Adjournment  
2006 Second Regular Session L.D. 2, H.P. 7 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit the Rate of Change in taxable Value of Homestead Land. (New title): Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit the Rate of Change in Taxable Value of Primary Residences
Died Between Houses  
2006 Second Regular Session L.D. 1112, H.P. 765 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Legislative Term to 4 Years O.N.T.P.  
2006 Second Regular Session
LD 1372, H.P. 958 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Establish a Victims' Bill of Rights
O.N.T.P.  
2006 Second Regular Session

L.D. 1912, H.P. 1353 Resolution, Amending the Constitution of Maine To Lower the Age of Eligibility for Election to the House of Representatives
Final Passage Failed  
2006 Second Regular Session
L.D. 2033, H.P. 1462 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding Procedure for the People's Veto and Direct Initiative. (Do You Favor Amending the Constitution of Maine to State that a Citizen's Initiative or People's Veto Petition must be Submitted to Local or State Officials by the Constitutional Deadline in Order to be Certified and, in the Case of a Citizens' Initiative, must be Filed with the Secretary of State within 18 Months?) Enacted with Amendments S-513, S-544 and H-895 as Con. Res. 2005, c. 2.
Approved at Nov. 7, 2006 Referendum. Yes: 270,922 No: 229,749
2006 Second Regular Session
L.D. 2952, H.P. 1446 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Create a Property Tax Exemption for Property Owners with Limited Personal Property Assessments
Indef. P.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 159, H.P. 141 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Dedicate a Portion of Vehicle Registration Fees To
Fund Veterans' Cemeteries
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 300, H.P. 244 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Restrict the Voting Privileges of Certain Incarcerated Felons
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 353, H.P. 283 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require a 2/3 Vote of Each House of the Legislature To Enact or Increase a Tax or License Fee
Died Between Houses  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 664, H.P. 513 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require That Members of the House and Senate Be Assigned Seats That Correlate with Each Member's District for the Purpose of Enhancing Communications and Reducing the Perception of Partisan Gridlock
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 693, H.P. 524 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Authorize the Legislature To Allow Municipalities To Exempt from Property Tax a Portion of the Value of Homesteads
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 787, H.P. 603 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Assessment of Lands Used for Long-term Ownership
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 917, H.P. 692 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce the Size of the Legislature to 132 Members
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1238, H.P. 880 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide 4-year Terms for Legislators O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1328, H.P. Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit the Frequency with which an Issue May Appear on the Ballot as a Result of a Direct Initiative
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1412 H.P. 995 Resolution, To Amend the Constitution of Maine To Protect
Senior Property Owners
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1441, H.P. 1010 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Establish the Maine State Endowment Trust

O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1492, S.P. 519 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Prohibit Incurring Any New Unfunded Liabilities for Retiree Health Benefits and To Require a 20-year Amortization of Public Retiree Benefits
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1494, S.P. 521 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reform Property Taxes by Limiting Increases

O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1511, S.P. 534 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Dispose of Unfunded Liabilities in State Retiree Health Care Plans
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1530, S.P. 553 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature to 140 Members O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1552, H.P. 1075 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Reduction in the Size of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1553, H.P. 1078 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Increase the Length of Legislative Terms to 4 Died Between Houses  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1557, H.P. 1082 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Cap the Property Tax on the Primary Residence of a Person 65 Years of Age or Older
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1559, H.P. 1084 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Freeze Property Tax Bills for Certain Residents 65 Years of Age or Older
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session
L.D. 1601, H.P. 1123 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Create a Longtime Resident Tax Cap Program
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1602, H.P. 1124 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce Homestead Property Taxes
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1646, H.P. 1155 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide Property Tax Relief to the Elderly and
Disabled
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1647, H.P. 1156 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce Taxes for Affordable Housing
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1665, H.P. 1174 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit the Rate of Change in the Property Tax
Liability of Elderly Maine Residents
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1718, H.P. 1201 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the Legislature Died Between Houses  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1770, H.P. 1236 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Exempt 65-year-old Residents from Property Tax
Increases
O.N.T.P.  
2007 First Regular Session L.D. 1819, S.P. 648 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Restrict Tax Increases
Died Between Houses  
2008 Second Regular Session
L.D. 276, S.P. 91 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require the Legislature To Freeze the Valuation of Maine Primary Residence Land
O.N.T.P.  
2008 Second Regular Session L.D. 1726, H.P. 1209 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Guarantee the Integrity of the Highway Fund
Died Between Houses  
2008 First Special Session L.D. 2315, S.P. 925 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding Early Voting
Indef. P.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 108, H.P. 92 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Terms for State Senators and Members of the House of Representatives to 4 Years
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 144, H.P. 123 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce the Size of the Legislature
Died Between Houses  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 211, H.P. 176 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Change the Schedule for Redistricting
Indef. P.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 225, S.P. 75 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Ensure Protection of Funding of Certain Programs Administered by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (New title by amendment S-201): Resolve, To Provide for the Long-term Funding of Programs of the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Enacted with Amendment S-201 as Resolve 2009, c. 107 Enacted as Resolve. Never went to Referendum.
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 350, S.P. 114 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Regarding Early Voting
Failed Final Passage  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 434, H.P. 322 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for the Reduction in the Size of the Legislature
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 530, H.P. 375 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Reduce the Number of Signatures Required and Prohibit Payment for Signatures in the Citizen's Initiative Process
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 604, S.P. 219 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for the Popular Election of the Attorney General
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 605, S.P. 220 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Provide for the Popular Election of the Secretary of State
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 838, H.P. 574 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Elect 2 Senators from Each County and To Increase the Senate Term from 2 to 4 Years
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 840, H.P. 576 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Control Property Tax Increases
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 922, S.P. 344 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Require a Supermajority Approval of the Legislature for Tax Increases
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 1060, S.P. 394 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Restrict Property Revaluations
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 1087, S.P. 405 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Cap the Property Tax on the Primary Residence of a Person 65 Years of Age or Older
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 1145, H.P. 789 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Amend the Time Frame for Towns To Certify Citizen Initiative Signatures
Enacted with Amendment H-176 as Con. Res. 2009, c. 1

Not approved at Nov. 3, 2009 Referendum.
Yes: 260887.
No: 285385

2009 First Regular Session L.D. 1328, H.P. 932 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine Concerning Early Voting and Voting by Absentee Ballot
O.N.T.P.  
2009 First Regular Session L.D. 1424, H.P. 1000 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Establish a Unicameral Legislature
Died Between Houses  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 40, H.P. 43 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Reduce the Size of the House of Representatives Died Between Houses  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 97, H.P. 83 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Prohibit Certain Changes to a Direct Initiative of Legislation For a Period of Time after It Is Approved by the Voters O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 113, H.P. 95 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide 4-year Terms and a Term Limit of 2 Terms for Legislators O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 153, H.P. 136 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Reduction of the Size of the Legislature O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 305, H.P. 247 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow Land and Buildings to be Assessed Differently O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 329, H.P. 262 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Elect State Senators By County O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session 2011 First Regular Session L.D. 494, H.P. 387 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Schedule for Redistricting Enacted with Amendments H-76 and H-565 as Con. Res. 2011, c. 1

Approved at referendum Nov. 8, 2011.
Yes: 197,026
No: 174,112

2011 First Regular Session L.D. 513, S.P. 146 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to More Equitably Fund the Liabilities of the Maine Employees Retirement System O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 563, S.P. 155 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Use a Portion of the Sale and Use Tax for the Protection of Maine's Fish and Wildlife Final Passage Failed  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 603, S.P. 183 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require Approval by a 2/3 Vote of Each Branch of the Legislature in Order to Raise a Tax or Impose a New Tax Final Passage Failed  
2011 First Regular Session L.D.607, S.P. 187 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require the Governor to be Elected by a Majority Vote O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 669, H.P. 499 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Change the Number of Members of the Legislature, the Length of Legislative Sessions and the Requirements for Introduction of Bills in a Second Regular Session O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 780, H.P. 587 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Limit the Number of Terms Served In Total O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 804, H.P. 599 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish a Unicameral Legislature O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 853, S.P. 257 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Establish the Maine State Endowment Trust O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 984, H.P. 728 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Require a Two-Thirds Vote to Approve the Issuance of a Bond or Security by the Maine Governmental Facilities Authority Final Passage Failed  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 1321, H.P. 967 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Allow for the Appointment of County Sheriffs , Judges, and Registers of Probate Leave To Withdraw  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 1401, S.P. 433 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Restrict Property Revaluations O.N.T.P.  
2011 First Regular Session L.D. 1572, S.P. 504 Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine to Provide for the Popular Election of the Secretary of Stte, Attorney General, Treasurer of State and State Auditor Died Between Houses  
         
         

 


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