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The framers of Florida's constitution envisioned a Constitutional Revision Commission with complete freedom and independence - but its brainchild has not been able to keep that promise. In light of not only the public frustration with attempts at constitutional reform, but also of the specific problems identified both in structure and in practice of Florida's CRC, this Article suggests some reforms that could help not only Florida but other state constitution commissions or conventions be more effective and more readily accepted by the public.
Mary E. Adkins, What Florida's Constitution Revision Commission Can Teach and Learn from Those of Other States, 71 Rutgers U. L. Rev. 1177 (2019)