Amid the talk about cleaning up Albany after Sheldon Silver's conviction, some state government experts are pointing out a path that does not require the legislature or the governor taking action. And that's by holding a Constitutional Convention. As we have discussed many times, the idea is up for a vote in 2017. But the effort to get the word out is already well underway. Monday, the Rockefeller Institute and the State Bar Association hosted a "boot camp" on the subject for reporters. Former assemblyman Richard Brodsky was one of the panelists and joined us to discuss.
Making the Case for a Constitutional Convention
By Capital Tonight Staff Albany County