The Case for a Convention of States

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The Problem

The federal government has overreached its constitutionally-established boundaries and has its hands in almost every area of our lives. Our children and grandchildren will inherit a bankrupt nation run by an unaccountable bureaucracy.
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The Solution

Article V allows us to call a Convention of States to restrict the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, effectively returning the citizens' rightful power over the ruling elite.


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The Strategy

Together, state legislators and citizens can recover the checks and balances on federal power to protect our liberty from the abuses in Washington DC.


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Legislating from the Oval Office

As U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger explains, expanding the power of the federal government through executive orders has become a serious problem in recent years. Fortunately, a Convention of States can limit the President's power to legislate from the Oval Office.