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why we are voting on two Minnesota Constitutional Amendments this year?  Wondering what the process is to amend the
state constitution?  Wondering what other
states do?  The Gordon Rosenmeier Center
for State & Local Government at Central Lakes College in Brainerd is
sponsoring an educational forum on “Amending the Minnesota Constitution” from
7 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1 in Chalberg Theatre
on the Brainerd campus.

This forum
explores the process of amending the Minnesota Constitution, and includes these

process for amending the constitution

requirements for amending the constitution

history of amendments and attempted amendments, including those relating to
voting and marriage

of interest groups

other states are doing, particularly with similar ballot questions

of amending the constitution instead of passing a law through the legislative

include Mary Jane Morrison, a law professor at Hamline University Law School
and an author of a book on the Minnesota Constitution; David Schultz, a senior
fellow at the Institute of Law and Politics at the University of Minnesota Law
School and a Hamline University professor in the School of Business and the
School of Law; and Matt Gehring, an attorney and legislative analyst in the
Research Department at the Minnesota House of Representatives.  Moderator will be Bruce Klopfleisch,
Political Science Instructor at Central Lakes College.

This forum
is free and open to the public. 
Refreshments will be provided.

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