In the second of two articles, former State Senator Ray C. Simmons dissents regarding the necessity of a constitutional convention and states his position that the Nebraska Legislature is able and will continue to be able to amend the Constitution when and if revision is necessary.

I. Introduction

II. Lack of Necessity

III. Deliberate Amendment

IV. Risks of a Convention

V. Further Amendment of a New Constitution

VI. Conventions Are Expensive

VII. Inability to Keep the Public Informed

VIII. No Public Demand

IX. Conclusion—A Suggested Alternative