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Explaining Ron DeSantis’ effort to call a convention of states and amend the US Constitution PolitiFact February 1, 2024 By Louis Jacobson and Samantha Putterman He dropped out of the 2024 presidential race, but Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who had pushed to “make America Florida,” is still aiming to shape national policy. DeSantis is proposing […]Read More >
Turning to a Convention of States in Times of National Crisis is Not the Answer By Dorothy Moon, IDGOP Chairwoman January 4, 2023 Our country is in a rough place right now, perhaps the worst since the Civil War. Spending is out of control, our southern border is wide open, and Congress seems to be […]Read More >
Do you trust far-right politicians working to remake the Kansas and US Constitutions? | Opinion Joel Mathis Thu, January 4, 2024 at 4:07 a.m. MST The Kansas City Star Do you trust Kansas state Sen. Mike Thompson with the U.S. Constitution? You probably shouldn’t. Thompson, the Shawnee Republican, had a long career as a jovial […]Read More >
The Legislature’s con-con con job | Editorial By SUN SENTINEL EDITORIAL BOARD | Sun Sentinel PUBLISHED: January 4, 2024 at 11:59 a.m. | UPDATED: January 4, 2024 at 12:05 p.m. The 2024 Florida legislative session kicks into gear Tuesday, and the opening day’s agenda tells you all you need to know about what deserves immediate […]Read More >
The new House speaker has longstanding ties to the evangelical inspired Convention of States cause. As the interregnum without a speaker of the House came to an end last month, people from across the political spectrum came together, in a rare show of unity, to ask a single question: Who in the world is Mike […]Read More >
Just before the new year, New Jersey became the latest state to rescind all calls for a constitutional convention. In doing so, New Jersey takes part in removing applications asking for a constitutional convention that, if it were to happen, leaves the door wide open for a complete runaway convention that has the power to […]Read More >
Last week, lawmakers in Colorado took the important action of rescinding all of Colorado’s previous calls for an Article V constitutional convention. This crucial legislation removes Colorado from the dangerous equation many state legislatures have fallen prey to by wealthy special interests looking to start a constitutional convention when they hit the 34 state threshold […]Read More >
Americans deserve a free and fair democracy that is brought to them through factual information and trusted leadership. However, with the re-emergence of Parler under the direction of a known right-wing extremist figure that is actively working to dismantle those very rights, only further proves that the site is not intended to engage in dialogue. […]Read More >
Americans across the political spectrum believe our constitutional rights must be protected and oppose calling a new constitutional convention to change the Constitution, according to new polling conducted last month. Research by J. Wallin Opinion Research concludes that after the tumultuous year marked by a national election, civil rights demonstrations, and a historic health pandemic, […]Read More >
“I don’t think it’s helpful to encourage demonstrations and encourage people to go against the president’s own policy,” Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, a Republican, said. “It just doesn’t make any sense.” And yet, that is what is happening around the country as Facebook groups and special interest lobbying organizations are engineering protests at capitols around the nation for states continuing stay-at-home orders as […]Read More >
Georgia groups to legislators: Protect our constitutional rights & vote against any call for an Article V convention
The following letter was sent to Georgia lawmakers this week from a local coalition of civil rights and advocacy groups. Protect Our Constitutional Rights – Vote NO on SR 854 March 11, 2020 Dear Senator, We are writing you today on the dangers of an Article V convention and to urge you to vote “NO” […]Read More >
The Wisconsin Assembly just approved a resolution to call a dangerous Article V convention – what happens now?
AJR-77, a resolution calling for an Article V constitutional convention, was passed in the State House last week, February 18. The vote in the house was 60-38. The House is 63 R – 36 D, meaning some Republicans votedagainst this application for a convention. Wisconsin already has an active convention resolution for the Balanced Budget Amendment, passed in 2017. Former […]Read More >
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