As State Legislators, we have a solemn obligation to defend the rights of the people and protect the sovereign authority of our states, but the powers in Washington D.C. have made that almost impossible. Decades of out of control spending and a slow erosion of the balance of power between the states and the Federal government have all but destroyed the constitutional federalism that our founding fathers established.

The drafters of our Constitution knew this could happen and so they gave us the tools to keep the genius of Federalism functioning, but we have to use those tools.

The stronger we are, the sooner we can take the credit cards away from Washington and put our nation back on track.

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This Month…

  • Forbes Writer: Restore Power to the States… NOW
  • Left-Leaning Daily KOS Says It’s ‘time to bypass Congress’
  • Fear of a COS is Misplaced, Says Article V Activist
  • Concerns Continue about the Growing National Debt
  • Do We Need a Constitutional “Do Your Job” Amendment?
  • Compromise or Conflict?  Maybe Both
  • Several Article V Convention Resolutions Still Not Received
  • End-of-the-Year Status of Various Article V Efforts
  • Will the ERA Become the 28th Amendment?

This Month…
  • Feds Should Study Example Set by the States
  • A MAD Solution to America’s Problems
  • Current Activity at the Convention of States Project
  • Phoenix Correspondence Commission Adopts Charter
  • Is the Importance of American Citizenship Dying
  • Three Especially Good Reads on Federalism & Citizenship
  • The Electoral College vs NPV Debate Goes On
    • A Digest of 18 Sources of Related Information
    • In-depth Information on the Electoral College

This Month…
  • Now is the Time to Start Reducing the National Debt
  • Columnist Says US Government is Facing Insolvency
  • Single-Year Trillion Dollar US Deficit Surpassed
  • Democrat Congressmen Appeal for Fiscal Responsibility
  • Ohio Sen. Huffman Calls for Convention to Address Debt
  • Is a ‘Plenary’ Article V Convention a Viable Option?
  • The Implications of the National Popular Vote Movement
  • An Update on Missing Article V Applications

  • Anti-Federalists Were Patriots Too
  • More Evidence Article V Needs to be Used … NOW
  • Status of the US Term Limits Campaign
  • Is the Tea Party Dead?
  • COSP Pocket Guide is Now Available
  • NYC Lawyer Says Article V Needs to be Amended
  • AV Process Briefly Proposed as Gun Control Approach
  • Especially Good Relate Reads

This Month…

  • Heritage Holds Symposium on Restoring Federalism
  • Amendment Expert Warns of Missing A5 Applications
  • Former Dem Leader Harry Reid: ‘Deficit is going to bury us’
  • Other Observations on America’s Excessive Debt
  • Former US Comptroller: ‘Time to Confront Fiscal Failure’
  • Mismanagement is Costing Taxpayers a Fortune
  • Missouri Editorial Offers ‘Show-Me’ State as an Example
  • Writer Says ‘It’s About Time to Use Article V’
  • An Update on Proposed Constitutional Amendments

This Month…

  • Congress: Not the Source of Answers to America’s Problems
  • Does Anybody Care about America’s $22 Trillion Debt?
  • Can You Say Ponzi Scheme?
  • Dan Mitchell Challenges USA Today Editorial on Debt
  • Cato Writer Chides Republican Freedom Caucus on Debt
  • Democrats Warned Debt Can’t be Wished Away
  • Swiss Spending Cap Continues to be Successful
  • Professor Seeks Crowdsourced Rights Amendments
  • Washington Standard Op Piece Claims CoSP Cheated Utah
  • Anti-Citizens United Group’s Claims in Doubt
  • A Digest of Some Especially Good Related Reads

This Month…
  • Who is Responsible for Toothless Federalism?
  • This Presidential Candidate Once Said He Supported a BBA
  • Heritage Releases its Extensive ‘Blueprint for Balance’
  • This Plan Proposes to Balance the Federal Budget in 6 Years
  • Brookings Writer:  Myths About Fed Debt Leave No Answer
  • Blue Dogs are Gaining Influence While Supporting a BBA
  • US Rep. Schiff Offers Proposed Constitutional Amendment
  • Article V Opposition Campaigns Rely on Disinformation
  • Fake Article V Web Site Surfaces
  • Economist Chides Colorado for Weakening Its TABOR Law
  • Natelson Offers Insight on What Is a Constitutional Crisis

This Month…
  • Solutions Proposed to Deal with the National Debt Crisis
  • If the Republicans Won’t Do It, Maybe Democrats Will
  • Sen. Grassley: Deficits are Not Due to Decreased Revenue
  • Mischaracterized Views of Antonin Scalia Debunked
  • A Digest of Some Especially Good Related Reads

This Month…

  • Much Talk but No Action on $22 Trillion Debt
  • Illinois Dems Propose a BBA for Their State Constitution
  • Dozens of Article V-related Bills Wend through States
  • The ERA – It’s Not an Article V Issue, But It Is Related
  • National Popular Vote Not Likely to Use Article V
  • Federalism Explained through The Parable of the Bicycle
  • Actions of Pro-Convention Groups Mystify FoAVC Leader

This Month…

  • Convention of States Project Gets 13th State
  • New Federal Budget Calculator Offered by America Off Balance
  • Writer Says Article V is Only Way to Save Federal Government
  • Address Constitutional Changes with ‘Citizens’ Convention’?
  • Federalism in the News
  • Updated Article V Campaign Info Now Available
  • Guldenschuh Issues First A5 Progress Report for 2019
  • Article V Proposed as a Way to Legalize Cannabis
  • Other Reports on Article V State Legislation