Constitutional Amendment Targets Outcomes of "Racist Policies"
4/6/21 3:09 PM
Removing gendered language, declaring laws that produce unequal outcomes for different groups to be unconstitutional, and banning some eminent domain land takings are among the changes that some Massachusetts lawmakers want to make to the state constitution. Three months into the 2021-2022 session, the Legislature is winding up to consider constitutional amendments at the Constitutional Convention the House and Senate must convene by May 12.
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