|Posted:||December 11, 2020 08:36 AM|
|From:||Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill|
|To:||All Senate members|
|Subject:||Constitutional Amendment Allowing for Limited Constitutional Conventions for Government Reform every 20 Years|
|In the near future, I will reintroduce Senate Bill 1035, a proposed constitutional amendment that allows voters to call for limited constitutional conventions for government reform. The amendment would provide for limited constitutional conventions every 20 years, if a majority of voters feel that a convention is needed.
The constitutional amendment would place a question on the ballot asking voters if a constitutional convention addressing government reform should take place. If a majority of voters support the ballot measure, a Constitutional Convention shall be called by the governor. Each recommendation from the constitutional convention would then be submitted to the voters for approval or rejection in the first Primary or General Election following the convention.
The constitutional conventions would be limited to the following sections of the Pennsylvania Constitution:
Please join me in co-sponsoring this proposal, which truly gives the power back to the people to decide on major reforms.
Previous co-sponsors of this legislation include Senators Mastriano, Regan, and DiSanto.
Introduced as SB246