The 1997-98 Constitution Revision Commission
While the 1997-98 Constitution Revision Commission members have not yet been appointed, preparations began in 1995 with a statewide conference to identify issues and encourage citizens to prepare research and analyses of changes they want made in Florida's constitution. The conference was chaired by former Governor Reubin Askew and co-sponsored by the Collins Center for Public Policy, Florida Bar Foundation, and Administrative Law Section and Council of Sections of the Florida Bar.
The Nova University law school devoted a special two-volume issue (Winter 1994) of its Nova Law Review to 25 articles examining the 1968 constitution and areas for consideration by the 1997-98 constitution revision commission.
Miami has become an international banking and finance center and one of the nation's largest metropolitan centers.