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Maine Senate Gives Preliminary Support to National Popular Vote Plan Bill

On April 1, the Maine State Senate passed LD 511 on second reading by 17-16. The bill still needs to pass on third reading, but the vote was preceded by extensive debate. Two State Senators did not vote. See this story. Thanks to Thomas MacMillan for the link.

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  1. baronscarpia

    With a Koch brothers finger puppet in the guv’s chair, it’s certain to be vetoed if it gets that far. But it’s useful to have the compact debated nonetheless.

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