Amend politics, not the Constitution
Minnesota’s divided and contentious politics have led some clever lawmakers to suggest the seductive idea of empowering the people to make decisions where their representatives cannot by offering a buffet-style smorgasbord of constitutional amendments.
Most have some kind of populist appeal and a suggestion that they are an easy solution to an even more clear and simple problem.
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