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In light of the 240th anniversary of the New York State Constitution -- as well as the upcoming vote on the potential for a constitutional convention -- the Government Law Center of Albany Law School and the Rockefeller Institute of Government have released a list of the kinds of issues that could be taken up if a constitutional convention is approved by the people. Even if a constitutional convention is not approved, this compilation, which reflects the views of a wide array of commentators, scholars, elected officials, the media, and others, may inform a future Legislative agenda. One hundred and six ideas were advanced.
Click for 106 ideas
For more information, visit the Rockefeller Institute of Government's
constitutional convention page or the Albany Law School Government Law Center.