Then and Now: The Alabama Constitution


Two Maynard attorneys, Jack Chambers and John Neiman discuss the 2022 Alabama Constitution that replaced the previous version from 1901.

Jack explains the constitution's history, passage, and adoption in a blog post here,

In the article “What’s in Alabama’s new state constitution of 2022? What’s changed?” John says, “Legally speaking, that racist language is already void because it violates equal protection and the U.S. Constitution. But practically speaking, it is really important for us to vote that racist language out of our state constitution. That would make a profound statement about who we are, and who we want to be.”

Read the full article here,

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