We've done it! The Convention of States Project's application was officially filed in the New Hampshire legislature.Read more
Residents of Nebraska who are curious about how to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government are welcome to attend one of five upcoming town hall events, hosted by Nebraska State Senator Laura Ebke.Read more
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — With the 2016 legislative session approaching in a few months, a group of state legislators and citizens have renewed a push to gain approval for a constitutional convention to address the growth of federal spending and government and impose term limits on federal officials.Read more
Note: While we do our best to educate members of the media regarding the proper use of terms, some journalists continue to use the incorrect term "constitutional convention" when referring to an Article V Convention of States. The following article was originally published on the Aurora Advocate.
Columbus — An Ohio coalition rallied at the Statehouse Oct. 7 in support of a national constitutional convention to address debt and other federal issues.Read more
Cedarburg, WI, September 30, 2015 – Wisconsinites curious about how to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government are welcome to attend the Republican Party of Ozaukee County’s event, ‘Pints and Politics.’ Dave Schneider, Regional Director for the Convention of States Project, and Tom Peters, State Director for Wisconsin, will be speaking and taking questions about an Article V Convention of States – the Founders’ tool to rein in the runaway train in Washington, D.C.Read more
MUNCIE, In., September 14, 2015 – Residents of Indiana who are curious about how to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government through a Convention of States are welcome to attend one or both informational town hall meetings in honor of Constitution Day which is Thursday, Sept. 17th.Read more
Albuquerque, NM, September 14, 2015 – Residents of New Mexico who are curious about how to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government are welcome to attend the Albuquerque Tea Party’s Constitution Day Celebration Dinner. Mark Meckler, President of Citizens for Self-Governance and co-founder of the Convention of States Project, will be speaking and taking questions about an Article V Convention of States – the Founders’ tool to rein in the runaway train in Washington, D.C.Read more
The following was written by Audrey Blumberg and published on Tap Into the Breeze.
BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A Bridgewater resident has joined a number of volunteers to advocate for Convention of States to allow citizens to propose constitutional amendments that will, he said, stop the runaway power of the federal government.Read more
Nebraska State Senator Laura Ebke and the LR35 Roadshow Tour came to Gering Wednesday evening in support of LR35, which is a resolution to petition Congress to call a convention of the States to propose amendments to the Constitution. States are granted this power under Article V of the U.S. Constitution.Read more