Minnesota badly needs a revised constitution that generally and broadly defines and distributes powers, responsibilities and rights, and sets up a general frame of government. While this might be accomplished through the amendment process, it has been painfully slow and up to now inadequate to meet 'the needs for modern, flexible and responsive state government. A constitutional convention may still be the best and most practical way of achieving needed revisions.
Gieske, M. L.
Ideal and Practice in a State Constitution: The Case of Minnesota.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 32 No.1, 51-59.
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