The Maine Secretary of State’s Office released on Monday [June 25] the language of a November ballot initiative that would raise taxes on wealthier Mainers to pay for home care for the elderly and disabled.
Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap said in a press release said that the final wording of the question on an act that would establish universal home care for seniors and persons with disabilities was based on feedback from the public, who had until June 15 to offer comments.
Thursday, June 28, 2018
Maine November Ballot Initiative Will Test Mandate for State to Provide Home Care for the Elderly and Disabled
States are certainly embracing their roles as laboratories for change in core policies. Here's an interesting state ballot initiative to create state-mandated "home care."