It’s five o’ clock on a weekday morning, and Linda Brickman is up before the Arizona sun. Not one to waste time, she gets to work answering phone calls and emails from the East Coast. Soon the sun is up, reminding her today is another day to work for what she believes in. She leaves to spend the day at the Arizona Legislature, where she spent yesterday, and where she’ll spend tomorrow.
“I’m being told on a regular basis that I’m too passionate for what I do,” she said. “But I won’t do something I don’t believe in.”Read more
Great news! Thanks to your calls and emails, the Missouri House Rules Committee passed the Convention of States application by a vote of 8-4.
But we're not done yet.Read more
Our team in Illinois is doing great work! The following is an excerpt from an article that describes the progress being made in the Land of Lincoln.
"I'd like more information about this..."
That was the oft-repeated line spoken to Convention of States Projects Illinois Legislative Liaison Victoria Deppe as she spent last week in Springfield talking to lawmakers from both parties and their staffers about an Article V Convention of States.Read more
We fought the good fight in Arizona, and I'm so proud of our team in the Grand Canyon State. Unfortunately, despite legislative support for our application in the Arizona House and Senate, and a groundswell of national support in the last 72 hours, Senate President Andy Biggs refused to allow the Senate to vote on our application.
We lost this battle, but I'm not giving up, and neither should you. I'm so encouraged by the citizens of Arizona, and I don't think one man will be able to silence their voices much longer.Read more
From sea to shining sea, the Convention of States movement is sweeping the nation.
I’m pleased to announce that Florida and Alaska have both officially passed the Convention of States application to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.Read more
Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs is blocking a vote on the very popular Convention of States Application (SCR 1016) which calls for an Article V Convention to propose amendments to the Constitution that would limit the scope and power of the federal government.
Time is running out. Because the Senate’s session expires on Wednesday, April 23rd, the shenanigans of Biggs might cause this bill to go unheard in the Senate.
Here’s what he doesn’t understand.Read more
Sarah Palin posted the following on her Facebook page on April 22:
There was good news this week for grassroots patriots working to bring about a Convention of the States for the reasons outlined in Mark Levin’s book “The Liberty Amendments” because this is the tool the Constitution gives us to rein in our out-of-control federal government via a process to amend the Constitution to include things like a federal balanced budget amendment, etc. This week the Alaska and Florida state legislatures passed bills in favor of the Convention of States. It’s already passed in Georgia and Alabama; and it’s in the process in Missouri, South Carolina, and Arizona.Read more
Watch the video below for some classic Mark Levin.Read more
The following is an excerpt from an article written by Linda Brickman, the Legislative Liaison for the Arizona Convention of States Project. If you live in Arizona, please contact your state senator immediately! Only a few days remain to pass the Convention of States application in Arizona, and we need Senate President Andy Biggs to put it on the agenda.Read more
Thanks to your calls and emails, the new Arizona Convention of States application (SCR 1016) passed the Arizona House by a vote of 31-24.
SCR 1016 must now pass the Arizona Senate, where Senate President Andy Biggs has thus far refused to bring our Article V Convention of States application to a vote.Read more