Hourlong segment on WYPR Radio’s Midday program discussing the pros and cons of a Maryland Constitutional Convention, February 9, 2010

Source: WYPR Radio (88.1 FM)  Midday Program with Host Dan Rodricks (WYPR is National Public Radio’s Baltimore area affiliate; Midday is a syndicated radio show broadcast in three Maryland radio markets)

Date: February 9, 2010; Noon-1:00

Program Description (from WYPR): Every twenty years, the Maryland legislature is required to put a “Constitutional Convention” question on the ballot–asking voters if the state’s Constitution should be tweaked, or even ripped up and written anew. We’ll get some history from Dan Friedman, author of The Maryland State Constitution: A Reference Guide, and debate the “ConCon” with state senator Allan H. Kittleman and J.H. Snider, who writes about democratic reform and runs the “Marylanders for a State Constitutional Convention” blog.

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