ALBANY – The New York State Bar Association on Tuesday kicked off its campaign in favor of a constitutional convention, arguing that it’s an opportunity to streamline the state’s court system.

At a news conference in Albany, state bar association president Sharon Stern Gerstman said a constitutional convention is needed to fix the “confusing and inefficient” court system in New York, which has 11 different trial courts.

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