Faithful Commissioner Law for Tennessee 2018
Published in Grassroots Library on April 17, 2018 by Norman L Bobo
The Tennessee Faithful Commissioner Law defines the process by which Tennessee would participate in a future Article V convention. This file is the amendment to the bill which contains the full law.Read more ›
Published in Grassroots Library on September 15, 2018 by Laurie Hackett
The 2018 session of the Virginia General Assembly is just around the corner. We will be focusing on Delegate Selection and Limitation this year to pave the way for the resolution which will call for a Convention of States in 2019.Read more ›
Introduction to Convention of States Presentation Guide
Published in Grassroots Library on December 21, 2018 by Kyle Key
This guide is a step-by-step script to help you present the Introduction to Convention of States Presentation. Use it as a reference in creating your own presentation style, or use it word-for-word as your present.Read more ›
Article V Convention of States Citizen's Pocket Guide,...
This fact-filled resource is the perfect tool for talking to friends and legislators about Convention of States. It answer commonly-asked questions about the Article V process, answers objections, provides possible amendment subjects, provides ways to get involved, and more! 2018 EditionRead more ›
Proposing Constitutional Amendments - A Handbook For...
Published in Grassroots Library on April 18, 2018 by Michael Sean Tranchina
Proposing Constitutional Amendments - A Handbook For State Lawmakers By Robert Natelson This Alec Handbook you are about to read, written by constitutional scholar Robert G. Natelson, provides state legislators the proper tools to use the Article V process legally and effectively. Additionally, it offers reliable information about...Read more ›
Answering the John Birch Society Questions about Article V
Published in Grassroots Library on July 31, 2017 by
The John Birch Society describes itself as a constitutionalist organization, yet it is highly critical of a very important component of the Constitution. The JBS does not like Article V’s provision that allows the States to unilaterally propose and ratify amendments to the Constitution.Read more ›