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WATCH: The grassroots make their voices heard in Indiana

It's a simple fact of geography: We the People have a much better chance of making our voices heard at the state level. And nowhere was the truth of that idea more apparent than in Indiana this legislative session.

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Veteran: We must follow the Founders and not succumb to fear

Few things are more inspiring than watching a Convention of States volunteer stand up and publicly voice his or her support for the Constitution and self-governance.

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Texas Governor: Convention of States will be a "top priority" next legislative session

The following was written by Austin Kemker and originally published on Magic 106.5.com.

When it comes to the federal government, some state leaders think the Constitution has gone ignored. Now, changes to that governing document could be coming if the states have their way. 

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The Second Amendment is under attack, but a Convention of States can help

Charles J. Cooper is a founding member and chairman of Cooper & Kirk, PLLC. Named by The National Law Journal as one of the 10 best civil litigators in Washington, he has over 35 years of legal experience in government and private practice, with several appearances before the United States Supreme Court and scores of other successful cases on both the trial and appellate levels.

Our constitutional rights, especially our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, are in peril.

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VA "steadily improving" under Obama?

Federal officials will say almost anything to prove the efficacy of their failing government bureaucracies. The most recent example comes from the President himself, who said Thursday that “dismantling the VA system would be a mistake” because it has steadily improved under his administration. 

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In the News: "This is a silent revolution and it's catching fire like we don't believe"

Our supporters and volunteers are making waves all across the country, and media outlets are taking notice. The following is a piece published on CDAPress.com and features a member of the Idaho Convention of States team.

Under Article 5 of the U.S. Constitution, there are two processes to amend the Constitution.

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When the feds come in, costs go up

When the feds come in, costs go up. That’s what happens when a giant, inefficient bureaucracy tries to create rules for a flexible, ever-changing free market.

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HISTORIC MILESTONE: Petition signatures received from 100% of state house legislative districts in U.S.

Supporters of the Convention of States Project from every state house legislative district in the United States have signed their name to the Convention of States petition, achieving an historic milestone for the Project. The petition calls for an Article V Convention of States for the limited purpose of proposing constitutional amendments that restrict the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, propose fiscal restraints, and impose term limits on federal officials.

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VICTORY: Louisiana becomes the eighth state to call for a Convention of States

The hard work of volunteers and supporters like you is making all the difference, and I'm thrilled to report yet another major victory.

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Oklahoma becomes the 7th state to call for a Convention of States under Article V to restore the balance of power between the federal government and the states

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK., April 26—Oklahoma’s 55th Legislature made history yesterday as the Senate voted 30 - 16 to pass Senate Joint Resolution 4 (SJR4), which calls for a Convention of States to propose constitutional amendments under Article V of the United States Constitution. The Oklahoma House passed SJR4 last week 57 – 33. The resolution calls for a convention to propose amendments on the following topics: “impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the terms of office for its officials and for members of Congress.”

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