Judge OKs referendum on Maine hydropower corridor; appeal is expected

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – An attempt to thwart a statewide vote on Central Maine Power’s proposed $1 billion hydropower transmission corridor was rejected Monday by a judge who sided with state election officials on the legality of petitions. Superior Court Justice Michaela Murphy ruled that the secretary of state didn't abuse his discretion in interpreting…

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