No on constitutional convention


By Wrangell Sentential

Alaska’s constitution doesn’t need an overhaul, a new transmission or rewiring. It could use a tune-up to restrict campaign contributions from rich people, corporations and political action committees, and a new set of mud flaps to protect the Permanent Fund from political meddling. But it doesn’t need a wide open constitutional convention to take apart the vehicle in hopes that it will still run well after it is put back together.

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