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May 15, 2017
Suggest constitutional amendments online

Want to suggest a constitutional amendment? Now is your chance, and you may do it from the comfort of your home or office through the Constitution Revision Commission’s website at flcrc.gov.

Carlos Beruff “When Gov. Rick Scott appointed me as chairman of the CRC, one of my top priorities was to develop a website that allows all Floridians to participate and have a voice in this historic process,” said Chair Carlos Beruff. “The official CRC website, flcrc.gov, now allows users to submit comments and proposed constitutional amendments online.”

Visitors to the website may also view information on all scheduled public hearings and meetings and add them to their personal calendars.

Floridians who would like to submit a comment, idea, or proposed constitutional amendment to the CRC may follow these simple steps:

• Visit flcrc.gov.

• Click on the “Submit a Comment or Idea” button on the upper right-hand side of the home page to open the comment form application.

• Fill in the required fields.

• Click “Send Email” at the bottom left-hand side of the window.

Proposals must be typed within the application. Users cannot copy and paste text or upload attachments.

New users must register for a free CRC website account by filling in the required fields and following the activation prompts.

Once an account is created, users can receive notifications about CRC press releases and publications.

Listings of all CRC public hearings and full event details are available at flcrc.gov/Meetings/PublicHearings. You may also follow the CRC on Twitter (@FloridaCRC) and Instagram (@FloridaCRC). Like the CRC on Facebook @FloridaCRC.

[Revised: 11-16-2017]