The Article V movement is spreading across the country, and Maine could become the 13th state to call for a Convention of States.Read more
The Convention of States Project is proud to announce that Missouri becomes the 12th state to pass the identical Article V resolution.Read more
Everyone is talking about the recent victory in the Lone Star State!Read more
The following article was written by Lana Shadwick and originally published on Breitbart.com.
The Republican-controlled Texas Legislature passed a Convention of States Resolution, becoming the eleventh. Article V of the U.S. Constitution allows for a Convention of States to restrict the power of the federal government.Read more
In a massive show of force by Texas House legislators and Convention of States Project Texas grassroots—Texas steps all-in to rein in the federal government and dismantle the “deep state.”
We have great news from North Carolina!Read more
The Convention of States surveyed more than 3,312 grassroots leaders and activists representing all 50 states done over a 4 day period - launched on April 20 and closed on April 24 - about Trump’s and Congress’s first 100 days.
President Trump’s grade slips, while the results also hit media even more and continue to be critical of Congress for not working with the president.Read more
We have the votes to make Iowa the 11th state to call a Convention of States -- the Iowa Senate just needs to call for a vote!Read more
The Missouri Senate yesterday passed SCR4, the Convention of States resolution, on a 26 to 7 vote. The Congress can learn something from Senator Mike Kehoe (SD-06), who, as the legislation's primary sponsor, was instrumental in leading the charge this year.Read more
If you ever see fear and misinformation being spread in your local newspaper, write a letter to the editor! Writing a letter to the editor is a great way to educate your community about Article V and correct any false or misleading information. The following is a great example, written by one of our volunteers in Nebraska.Read more