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Reccurring issues brought support for a constitutional convention in 1850. The 150 delegates convened in the state capitol and 127 days later this document was completed. It did not significantly change the way the state was governed, but contained revisions which did have an impact. It has been amended and interpretations change as society evolves, but it continues to be the foundation for Indiana state and local government.

 
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