This fall could be the first time since 1967 that a constitutional convention will be held in New York State. New York voters have an opportunity to hold a convention every 20 years. It gives New Yorkers a chance to reexamine how our state works, and to make improvements and changes to the state constitution.
There's a heated debate on both sides of the issue. Lawmakers and unions oppose a convention, saying it would roll back worker protections. Other groups support a convention, saying the constitution needs reform.
We discuss the process, and if it is held, what a constitutional convention could accomplish. Our guests: