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NY still needs changes

Voters in New York overwhelmingly rejected a Constitutional Convention on Tuesday. That is not a huge surprise, given the confusion surrounding how a convention would work and the organized opposition campaign waged against the prospect. And there were legitimate reasons for voters to be concerned about the idea of a Constitutional Convention. Many people argued that a convention would just consist of the same career politicians who are already entrenched in Albany, thus limiting the possibility for real change.

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