State claims court case threatens 90 years of constitutional amendments
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota attorney general's office says a case the state Supreme Court heard this morning could jeopardize constitutional amendments passed in the last 90 years.
Solicitor General Alan Gilbert told justices that if they overturn Secretary of State Mark Ritchie's titles for two proposed constitutional amendments to appear on Nov. 6 ballots, it also could mean some of the 62 amendments voters passed since 1919 could be tossed out.
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