CRC Cancels Committee Week of September 18-19

Public proposal filing deadline to be reevaluated For Immediate Release: September 12, 2017 Contact: Meredith Beatrice Meredith.Beatrice@flcrc.gov, (850) 508-5204 Today, Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) Chairman Carlos Beruff announced that the CRC has canceled its first committee week previously scheduled for September
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How a CRC Proposal Becomes Law: A Roadmap to Revising Florida’s Constitution

For Immediate Release: August 29, 2017 Contact: Meredith Beatrice Meredith.Beatrice@flcrc.gov, (850) 508-5204 Today, the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) unveiled a new infographic to demonstrate how a proposed constitutional amendment becomes law and officially amends the Florida Constitution through the CRC process.
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Constitution panel assigns committees, Beruff keeps rules panel close

Tampa Bay Times by Mary Ellen Klas July 14, 2017 Constitution Revision Commission chair Carlos Beruff on Friday released the assignments of the committees that will shape the ballot initiatives approved by the powerful board. He named 10 substantive committees and two
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Letter to CRC Chairman Beruff & Commissioners RE: CRC Rules

June 21, 2017 DELIVERED VIA EMAIL RE: CRC Rules Dear Chairman Beruff and Commissioners: We are encouraged that the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) adopted a rule requiring that all meetings and records of the commission be open to the public.
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After a seemingly rule-less meeting, constitution panel adopts rules

by Florida Politics’ Scott Powers June 6, 2017 The Florida Constitution Revision Commission now has a set of rules for how it might go about writing major changes to Florida’s Constitution. Those rules — addressing such matters as who will appoint
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Let constitution panel stay in Sunshine

Herald-Tribune Editorial June 5, 2017 Amendments that seek to alter proposed rules for the Constitution Revision Commission, and thus require the 37-member body to abide by the highest standards of Florida’s open-government and Sunshine laws, will be considered Tuesday. Good.
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