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Florida Constitution Revision Commission Announces Statewide Public Hearings

The Florida Constitution Revision Commission will hold six public hearings across the state over the next month, according to a press release sent Tuesday.

The commission meets for a yearlong term, traveling the state and recommending changes to the state constitution. The last time the CRC met to make changes to the constitution was two decades ago, from 1997-1998. 

CRC chairman Carlos Beruff announced stops in the following cities on Tuesday:
 
Wednesday, April 12 – Tallahassee at FAMU beginning at 5:00 PM (Leon County)
Wednesday, April 26 – Gainesville (Alachua County)
Thursday, April 27 – Jacksonville (Duval County)
Wednesday, May 3 – Bay County
Wednesday, May 10 – Lee County
Wednesday, May 17 – Hillsborough County

Further information, including city stops and times are forthcoming.

The CRC’s next public hearing will be Wednesday, April 12 in Tallahassee at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU) beginning at 5:00 PM. 

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