Florida is a Dynamic State

While citizens should not change their state constitutions lightly or short-sightedly, they should demand that governments and laws serve their interest by reflecting economic and social realities. That was the case in 1968, when Florida voters modernized state government in line with the state's dramatic changes of the mid-20th century. The challenge to the 1998 commission is to draft changes for 21st-century Florida.

Consider these changes in Florida in recent years, a few of the many changes that affect our daily lives:

Florida's geography, business climate, and natural resources have made it one of the fastest growing states.