The Missouri House General Laws Committee discussed the Convention of States application (HCR 41) on April 1, but did not have time to bring it to a vote. Michael Farris testified at the hearing, along with Missouri’s Convention of States Legislative Liaison, John Putnam, and Coalitions Director, Keith Carmichael.Read more
Sarah Palin expressed support for a Convention of States this morning on the Fox News show, “Cashin’ In” with Eric Bolling:Read more
Florida took a huge step towards liberty, and we’re excited to bring you the good news.Read more
Great news! Thanks to your calls and emails, the Alaska Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Convention of States application (HJR 22) on Wednesday, March 26.Read more
Watch South Carolina Representative Bill Taylor explain why he believes the Convention of States Project is the best way to preserve liberty.Read more
I have fantastic news from The Peach State!
On March 6, 2014, Georgia became the first state in American history to pass the Convention of States application to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.Read more
Great news! Thanks to your calls and emails, the Arizona House passed the Convention of States application (HCR 2027) on March 12 by a vote of 32-25.
“We can’t continue to tinker around the edges of the problem,” said Yale Wishnick, the state director for the Arizona Convention of States Project. “It’s time to support a real, effective means to stop the power-hungry federal government, and Arizona House representatives have done that today. By passing HCR 2027, we’re one step closer to halting the massive federal bureaucracy and allowing families and individuals the opportunity to control their own lives.”Read more
The good news keeps rolling in.
The Alaska House passed the Convention of States application on March 12 by a vote of 24-13.
Thanks to everyone in Alaska who wrote an email or made a call. Our team in Alaska has done a fantastic job, and we’re proud to work with such amazing patriots.Read more
The Show Me State is showing the country they’re serious about halting federal overreach.
Missouri House Representative Mike Moon (157), along with 16 additional representatives, filed HCR 41 last week, joining the growing number of state representatives across the country calling for an Article V Convention of States to restrain the power, scope, and jurisdiction of the federal government.Read more
We’ve received a number of questions about how the legislative process works, and what all the progress reports on our blog mean. Rather than giving you a dry primer on how legislation becomes law, I think this classic video will tell you everything you need to know:Read more