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WATCH: Michael Farris v. Big Tech

Published in Blog on March 25, 2024 by Article V Patriot

Convention of States grassroots supporters are turning out in droves to champion Article V as COS takes state legislatures across America by storm. To stay in the know about our relentless legislative efforts and advocacy, tune in weekly to COS NOW, a video recap highlighting the most significant COS-related news of the week. Alternatively, catch up on these updates right here on the COS blog.

1. COS resolution passes committee in Hawai'i

The committed and talented grassroots COS Hawai'i team achieved a tremendous victory and significant milestone on March 20 when the Hawai'i Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs passed the Convention of States resolution, SCR 196.

2. Mark Meckler on Rob Carson show

“I believe that the Convention of States is the only thing that can really save us,” shared Newsmax host Rob Carson on a recent podcast episode with Mark Meckler.

3. Michael Farris FIGHTS BACK with lawsuit against Big Tech

Members of the Biden administration are conspiring with Big Tech to interfere with state government officials’ ability to communicate with their constituents about controversial issues, according to Convention of States co-founder Michael Farris.

“The White House and other arms of the federal agencies were very much active in patterning with social media organizations,” Farris divulged on a recent episode of the “Crossroads” podcast.

4. The legislative week ahead

A relatively quiet legislative week is on tap, though important F3 legislation may be discussed on the Bayou.

Watch the full episode of COS NOW below for more!

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