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Article V Convention – Final Thoughts

At the close of my previous post, I posed the question of why, if it is clear that Congress must call a convention, they haven’t done so.  Why haven’t the other branches done anything to force the hand of Congress? … Continue reading

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Article V Convention – Part 2

In the previous post, I noted that states have applied to Congress for an Article V amendment convention.  How many states have applied?  One would assume that fewer than 2/3 of the states have applied since no convention has been … Continue reading

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Article V Convention

In Article V, the United States Constitution provides two methods for amendment:  the first method, and the one used for every single amendment thus far, requires that a proposed amendment be passed by two thirds of each house, and then … Continue reading

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