We have AMAZING news!
The Wisconsin legislature has officially passed the Convention of States Resolution, making the Badger State the 16th to call for a Convention of States to limit federal power, spending, and terms of office.
"Thank goodness our Constitution has given the states and the people a framework to step in and save the Republic when Congress will not. Today we sent a message that Wisconsin stands ready to rein in federal overreach," said Wisconsin State Senator Kathy Bernier following the historic vote.
"Times like these are precisely why the Founders created the mechanisms in Article V," agreed Wisconsin State Representative Dan Knodl. "Federal overreach has thrown our country into chaos, and it's time for the states to exercise their authority as granted to them in the constitution to restore order, states’ rights, and limited, constitutional government. I'm incredibly proud that our state has officially thrown its support behind this movement."
A huge congratulations to our entire team in Wisconsin who have worked tirelessly to secure today’s victory. This success has been years in the making, but the message it sends is clear.
We the People are fed-up with the federal government's ever-increasing disregard for our constitutional rights. It’s time to rein in the ruling class in D.C. and return power to where the Founders’ intended — the states.
It takes 34 states to call the Convention, and with today’s incredible victory in Wisconsin, the following 16 states have now joined the call: Georgia, Alaska, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arizona, North Dakota, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Utah, Mississippi, and Wisconsin!
As Biden and Congress’ approval ratings continue to plummet, this is our moment in history to take action.
Momentum is on our side. As our team celebrates Wisconsin’s bold move to save the nation, we turn our eyes to the Senators in Nebraska who are expected to take their final vote on the COS Resolution in a matter of days.
If they follow in Wisconsin’s footsteps, they will become state #17 to join the call, putting us halfway to calling the Convention.
To join this growing movement, sign the Convention of States Petition below!