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Maine Question 2: Will Maine Claim the 2nd Highest Individual Income Tax Rate in the Country?

In November, Maine citizens will vote on Question 2, The Maine Tax on Incomes Exceeding $200,000 for Public Education Measure, which imposes an additional 3 percent tax on individual income taxes for earnings over $200,000 in order to supplement funding for K-12 public education. If enacted, Maine would jump to the 2nd highest top individual income tax rate in the country at 10.
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