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Call for California Constitutional Convention

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    "We, the People of the State of California... do establish this Constitution." -excerpt California Constitution Preamble

    Follow these links to learn more about various approaches to constitutional reform and how we the voters can help initiate change.
     
     

    Want to call for a new constitutional convention? Here's how to contact your legislator.
    http://www.legislature.ca.gov

    NBC Bay Area Editorial: California Constitutional Convention

    [BAY] NBC Bay Area Editorial: California Constitutional Convention
    A look at how "we the people" can change California's failing government (Published Tuesday, July 28, 2009)

    Ballot Pedia: Constitutional convention, what it is? And how to call for one in each state
    http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/Constitutional_convention

    Bay Area Council calls for California constitutional convention:
    http://www.bayareacouncil.org/takeaction_ccc.php
     

    Viewers Response to an NBC Bay Area Editorial

    [BAY] Viewers Response to an NBC Bay Area Editorial
    Call for a Constitutional Convention (Published Tuesday, July 28, 2009)

    California Forward: Promoting Budget Reform and constitutional revision
    http://www.caforward.org/
     
    What kinds of reform are needed?
    Political Columnist, Dan Walters, The Sacramento Bee
    http://www.sacbee.com/walters/story/1829431.html
     
    Voters' angst fuels look at constitutional convention
    John Howard, Capitol Weekly
    http://www.capitolweekly.net/article.php?xid=y0dglyiettdc61
     
    California Renovation: Here's a blueprint for fixing the mess that is California
    Cosmo Garvin, Sacramento News and Review
    http://www.newsreview.com/sacramento/content?oid=1015956
     
    Center for the Continuing Study of California - Report on the fiscal impact of key economic
    and demographic trends on our state:
    California’s Future Economy and Population: Implications for a Fiscal Policy Agenda