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AUGUSTA – A proposal to abolish Maine’s Land Use Regulation Commission has been bypassed in favor of a study into the future of the commission, which oversees development in the state’s nearly 10 million acres of unorganized territory.

Gov. Paul LePage signed a bill Friday that sets an agenda to study the issue, which was debated at length during the past legislative session after bills were presented to abolish LURC.

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