Kremer Makes the Case Against a Con Con at the NYC Bar Association

On March 20, 2017, Jerry Kremer, co-author of Patronage, Waste and Favoritism spoke on the ills of holding another state constitutional convention.  In 1997, the New York City Bar Association took the position against holding a convention, choosing instead to create legislative policy groups to tackle the larger constitutional issues to present before the state legislature.

As the lone voice on the panel against the holding a conclave, Kremer explained his experiences during the 1967 convention and why he felt another conclave would only benefit narrow “deep-pocketed” special interests.


Listen to the full discussion at the New York City Bar Association.

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