As many around Florida’s political circle focus on fallout from the legislative session and campaigns for statewide office this fall, the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) has been carrying out its duties below the radar at times.
But this fall, voters will face numerous impactful amendments to the state constitution, and some of those will come directly from the CRC.
Meeting only every 20 years, voters should pay attention this spring to the final weeks of work by the CRC. Once the Commission’s work is completed, Floridians will have homework this summer as they analyze these key amendments before they vote.
– Cory Tilley, CoreMessage, Inc.