Nebraska, New Hampshire Rescission Resolutions Show Understanding of Con-Con Dangers

Jan 15, 2019  by  Steve Byas   Legislative resolutions in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and the Nebraska Senate (the only legislative chamber in their unicameral system) introduced earlier this month demonstrate powerfully that there is a growing awareness of the dangers posed by any constitutional convention called under Article V of the U.S. Constitution. … More Nebraska, New Hampshire Rescission Resolutions Show Understanding of Con-Con Dangers

COS, Convention of States Project Application, Defeated 5 to 10 in Idaho

Feb 13, 2018  by  Christian Gomez   After three days of intense emotional and intellectually stimulating testimonies from both sides, Idaho’s House State Affairs Committee — by a vote of 5 to 10  — resoundingly rejected House Concurrent Resolution 32, an application to Congress to call a convention to propose amendments to the Constitution under Article V. … More COS, Convention of States Project Application, Defeated 5 to 10 in Idaho