The balance of the Supreme Court is likely to change soon thanks to the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Even if Brett Kavanaugh does not get confirmed by the Senate, the next justice will be a Trump nominee.
So now liberal-leaning states like New York are trying to figure out how to counterbalance that.
We've heard Governor Cuomo and Democratic state legislators talk about passing new laws.
But they could also go one step further, and change the state constitution.
Explaining more are two experts from the government law center at Albany Law School: Andrew Ayers, who clerked for then-Judge Sonia Sotomayor, and Scott Fein, a former Assistant Counsel to two governors.