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A New New York: The Constitutional Dimension
Start Date: 10/8/2013Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Date: 10/8/2013End Time: 2:00 PM
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Event Description:
The Conference on the Constitutional Dimension has three purposes:
    1. Reinforce for New Yorkers the importance of our state constitution in ordinary, day-to-day state governance.
    2. Help prepare New Yorkers for the mandatory vote scheduled for 2017 on whether or not we should have a constitutional convention. 
    3. Focus attention on the six constitutional amendments passed this year by the state legislature for consideration by voters at referendum.


OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


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Here are a few of the folks invited to talk: Gerald Benjamin, a political science professor at SUNY-New Paltz; 
Bill Samuels, the founder of New Roosevelt Institute and Effective NY; Eleanaor Randolph of the New York Times; Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause New York; and former Assemblyman Richard Brodsky.

Sponsored by EffectiveNY.org and the Center for Research, City & State-NY, Regional Engagement and Outreach (CRREO) at SUNY New Paltz with the School of Public Affairs at Baruch College.

WHERE: William and Anita Newman Conference Center, 7th floor, 151 East 25th Street
Contact Information:
Name: Doug Muzzio
Email: Douglas.Muzzio@baruch.cuny.edu
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