Date: March 1, 2018
Category: Policy Research Briefs
The 37-member Florida Constitution Revision Commission convenes just once every 20 years to consider proposals put forth by the public and the commissioners themselves. As part of this process, the CRC holds public hearings to learn about issues that matter most to Floridians and considers proposed constitutional amendments submitted by the public. Proposals that pass the CRC’s final vote will be placed on Florida’s General Election ballot (November 6, 2018) and must secure at least 60 percent voter approval to become law.
This update is intended as an educational resource and does not constitute an endorsement or opposition to any of the proposals described.
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