Kenneth Hayes, the chairman of Maine Common Cause, yesterday said that congressi
Kenneth Hayes, the chairman of Maine Common Cause, yesterday said that congressional term limits represent a superficial approach that should be rejected by Maine voters. Under the proposal, which will be on the November ballot, Maine's U.S. Representatives could serve no more than three two-year terms within a 12-year period, while the state's U.S. Senators could serve two six-year terms within 18 years. Details.
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"Kenneth Hayes, the chairman of Maine Common Cause, yesterday said that congressi" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 15343.
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