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The next wave’s amendments: Which ones will make it to ratification?

So which proposals might prevail? The factors that will determine the survivor amendments are numerous and ever-changing. However, for any amendment to reach the ratification goal line, it must address

Center’s Executive Director Speaks to PBS Horizon about the Model Constitutional Convention

Students will serve as state delegates (two from each state), engaging in debates and drafting constitutional amendments. This unique opportunity allows participants to immerse themselves in the legislative process, gaining

ASU hosts first student-led Model Constitutional Convention

Students from across the country converged on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus to demonstrate what collaboration and compromise can look like. After three days of deliberation and debate, the delegates passed four amendments. 

Director of ASU’s Center for Constitutional Design speaks on concurrent resolutions in Arizona

Stefanie Lindquist, executive director of the CCD at ASU Law, confirms that in Arizona, “concurrent resolutions ‘express the will’ of the two chambers but are not presented to the state’s

Uzbekistan, A Topic of Interest for International Conference on Constitutional Reform

Mexico President Announces Intentions for Constitutional Reform

ASU interview’s Executive Director of Center for Constitutional Design for Explanation of Trump Trial

Director of ASU’s Center for Constitutional Design Analyzes Trump Indictment

Ohio Proposes Change to State’s Constitutional Amendment Process

Jamaica Regime Status Update

Rwandan Proposal to Change Election Structure

French Constitutional Reform Proposal