Nukes and Taxes

November 1980
National Review;11/28/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p1436
The article argues that voters support tax cuts and nuclear power as shown by the result of referenda in Massachusetts and Maine in 1980. In Massachusetts, the public approved a proposition calling for a rollback of property taxes. In Maine, voters rejected to close the Maine Yankee nuclear plant and the banning of nuclear power altogether from the state.


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