Monday, February 28, 2011

How easy should it be to amend a state constitution?

"Colorado's constitution is a blueprint for the administration of public affairs through the ages, a document that spells out how its citizens want to be governed.
Obviously, it is not written in stone and changes are necessary over time. But it shouldn't be quite as easy to change as it is."

The Denver Post has this opinion piece. 

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