The Florida Constitution is the fundamental governing document of the state of Florida.
The Florida Constitution establishes and describes the duties, powers, structure and function of the government of Florida and establishes the basic law of the state. It includes twelve articles.
The current (and sixth) Florida Constitution was adopted on November 5, 1968.
The current constitution has been amended 144 times.
The most recent amendments to the Florida Constitution, of which there were four, were approved by voters in 2020.
Florida has a process for initiated constitutional amendments, which means constitutional amendments can happen through citizen initiatives, legislatively referred constitutional amendments, or constitutional conventions. Moreover, Florida features several commmissions that also have the power to refer amendments to the ballot.