In less than two years now, voters will head to the polls and decide if the state will convene what is known as the constitutional convention. We have talked briefly on this show about the push for a convention, which could result in significant changes to the state's constitution. At the forefront of that push is the New York Bar Association, though, it officially doesn't have a position on whether a convention should take place. David Miranda, president of that group, joins us.
Changing New York's Constitution
By Capital Tonight Staff | March 10, 2016 @11:24 PM