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States in Convention

September 6, 2022|Article V|

With 400 years of utilizing conventions to solve problems in America, we know how they work. We should return to our habit of using them to keep America on the straight and narrow. By Mike Kapic – September [...]

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Knocking on Article V Doors

July 27, 2022|Article V|

House measure says Congress obligation to call convention for balance budget amendment Rep. Jodey Arrington, R-Texas is set to introduce bill calling for balanced budget amendment Tuesday By Fred Lucas – July 19, 2022 In 1979 – amid soaring inflation – [...]

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Article V Update

July 14, 2022|Article V|

The End is Near! …the end of federal hegemony, that is. by Vickie Deppe – July 2022 When our Constitution was drafted in 1787, the colonists had just concluded a long, bloody war for independence after repeated attempts [...]

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States: It’s Time!

June 22, 2022|Article V|

The Time has Come  By Vickie Deppe – June 2022 South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has penned a full-throated endorsement of an Article V Convention. McMaster has joined countless Americans who have come to the realization that our [...]

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Article V: May, 2022

May 10, 2022|Article V|

Here are two essays from the May Article V Caucus Newsletter editor Vickie Deppe. Method Matters by Vickie Deppe – May, 2022 In the last three days of its regular session, the Illinois General Assembly rammed through a [...]

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Convention Doors Opening?

May 4, 2022|Article V|

Are Constitutional Amendments Coming? By Rob Natelson - April 24, 2022 The website Politico recently ran a feature by two academic commentators who think constitutional amendments are on the horizon. They tell us: “We’ve studied the history of the amendments [...]

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