Did the CRC blow its opportunity?

The eight amendments added to the November ballot by the Constitution Revision Commission may be a collection of disparate ideas — banning greyhound racing and oil drilling, expanding charter schools and victims' rights — but to their proponents, they're a logical bundling of initiatives that prepare the state for the future. To constitution experts, as well as some former members of the CRC, the proposed amendments may be doomed. "It wouldn't surprise me if everything fails," said Mary E. Adkins, professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.


From the TBT "The Buzz on Florida Politica" - email from Adam Smith.

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