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2017-2018 CRC

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The 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission is the third of its kind in state history. The Governor, Florida Senate President, Florida Speaker of the House and Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice named 36 people to the 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission. The Attorney General is the 37th member. 

The commission began its work upon the conclusion of the 2017 session. The commission held public hearings throughout the state where citizens attended to share ideas and feedback on potential proposals for the ballot. After gathering public input, the commission ultimately recommended eight proposals for the 2018 ballot. The proposals will be placed on the ballot and voters will ultimately decide what passes. Proposals require 60 percent of the vote in order to pass.

All public hearings and CRC meetings may be accessed through a live-stream on The Florida Channel. Click here to view the video archive.

2018-2018 CRC Website
Click here to visit the official 2017-2018 CRC website.

2017-2018 CRC Members
Click here to read about the appointees to the 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission. 

2017-2018 CRC Committee Assignments
Click here to view the CRC committee assignments.

Public Proposals
October 6 was the final day to submit a public proposal to the CRC.

Click here to read a letter from the League of Women Voters and other partner organizations to Chairman Beruff and Commission members regarding consideration of public proposals.

Rules for the 2017-2018 CRC
Click here to read the final rules for the 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission.

Click here to read a letter from the League of Women Voters of Florida and 10 other organizations to Chairman Beruff and Commission members about the rules.

Final Proposals
Click here to read the eight ballot measures proposed by the 2017-2018 CRC as they will appear on the November 2018 ballot.

Final Report
Click here to read the final report the CRC submitted to the Florida Secretary of State.

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