The Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) is holding public hearings across the state on proposals that could be on the November 2018 ballot. These proposals could critically affect reproductive rights, privacy, separation of church of state, LGBT rights, voting rights, and immigrants’ rights in our state.
Sign up to let us know if you’ll be able to attend the public hearing in St. Petersburg. Even if it’s just for one hour, your presence at these public hearings is critical. Once you sign up, an ACLU of Florida organizer will reach out to you with more details.
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About the CRC and why you should care:
Every twenty years, a commission is appointed to examine the Florida Constitution, hold public hearings, and recommend changes to the Florida Constitution that will appear on the ballot. Critical civil liberties issues including, but not limited to, reproductive rights, privacy, separation of church of state, LGBT rights, voting rights, and immigrants rights could be at stake during this constitutional revision.
For more on the CRC, specific proposals we oppose, and mobilization efforts, visit our resources page at aclufl.org/floridacrc.