In the News: WORLD Magazine podcast covers all sides of Convention of States movement
June 25, 2019
Article V Patriot
The Convention of States movement has caught the attention of media outlets from coast to coast. The latest example comes from a WORLD Magazine podcast that covers the Article V movement from every angle, and provides a great intro to anyone unfamiliar with the current state of the fight to end federal overreach.
For more info on the opposition of Common Cause to a Convention of States, check out the video below:
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Almost everyone knows that our federal government is on a dangerous course. The unsustainable debt combined with crushing regulations on states and businesses is a recipe for disaster.
What is less known is that the Founders gave state legislatures the power to act as a final check on abuses of power by Washington, DC. Article V of the U.S. Constitution authorizes the state legislatures to call a convention to proposing needed amendments to the Constitution. This process does not require the consent of the federal government in Washington DC.
I support Convention of States; a national movement to call a convention under Article V of the United States Constitution, restricted to proposing amendments that will impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit its power and jurisdiction, and impose term limits on its officials and members of Congress.
I want our state to be one of the necessary 34 states to pass a resolution calling for this kind of an Article V convention. You can find a copy of the model resolution and the Article V Pocket Guide (which explains the process and answers many questions) here:
I ask that you support Convention of States and consider becoming a co-sponsor. Please respond to my request by informing the national COS team of your position, or sending them any questions you may have:
email@example.com or (540) 441-7227.
Thank you so much for your service to the people of our district.
Respectfully, [Your Name]
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