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Two Reasons Each State Will Get One Vote, Regardless of...

Published in Process on July 18, 2017 by Convention Of States Project

In this article, Professor Rob Natelson explains why disregarding the one-state/one-vote rule would be both unconstitutional and not worth trying.

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Two Article V Movements: One Clear Choice

Published in Surge Article Process on October 19, 2021 by Convention Of States Project

In this piece, Michael Farris summarizes why it is still essential for states that have adopted a balanced budget amendment to fight for a convention of states.

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Published in FAQ Process on September 09, 2021 by Convention Of States Project

This document provides answers to many frequently asked questions about the Convention of States process and dispels myths and objections to the grassroots movement.

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Briefing Book

Published in Process on December 31, 2023 by Convention Of States Project

The Article V Briefing Book for Lawyers and Legislative Drafters

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Proposed Convention Rules

Published in Process on October 19, 2021 by Convention Of States Project

In July 2015, Professor Rob Natelson, one of the nation’s leading Article V experts, crafted an initial draft of rules for a Convention of the States along with Convention of States Project co-founder, Michael Farris. Since then, a group of 200+ state legislators from 40 states have been invited to review Natelson’s rules and provide...

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Model Convention of States Application/Resolution

Published in Volunteer Resources Process Solution on April 05, 2024 by Convention Of States Project

The Model Convention of States application Resolution provides citizens and legislators with the correct operative language to include in their state's Convention of States resolution. Each state must pass this exact application to aggregate towards the 34 states necessary to call a Convention.

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