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How a Convention of States works in less than 60 seconds

With the increasing number of Americans joining the Convention of States Project, it's more important than ever to understand how the Article V process works.

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Obamacare clone? GOP adds penalty for uninsured to new healthcare bill

The latest evidence that the GOP-controlled Congress has no intention of repealing Obamacare comes from the Senate, where Republicans have added to their “new” legislation a penalty for not having health insurance.

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Mark Levin on Hannity: "Trump needs to take a look at Convention of States"

In the video below, Mark Levin talks to Sean Hannity about why the Trump administration should take a look at Convention of States.

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People not politics: Other states are looking at Utah to lead

Dave Magnesen, a District Captain from Utah, explains in the video below why he's working so hard to ensure that Utah becomes the 13th state to call for a Convention of States.

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Supreme Court trashes property rights in latest decision

Five Supreme Court justices ruled over the weekend that governments can dictate how private property owners must parcel their land, even if that renders the value of the land worthless.

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People not politics: How we can return public lands to the states

In the video below, William shares why he volunteers as a District Captain for Convention of States Utah, and how we can use Article V to return public lands to the states. 

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Chief Justice Roberts: 'Partisan hostility' a 'real danger' to Supreme Court

Convention of States co-founder Mark Meckler once wrote that we need to "change our perspective on the Court."

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IG Report: U.S. spent $100 million on camouflage that may make Afghan Army better targets

Taxpayers spent $100 million on Afghan army uniforms that may have actually made them a better target for enemies because an Afghan minister "liked what he saw."

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Electing Handel in Georgia is great. Here’s why it’s not enough

The United States is rich in geographic diversity. What other country has Arizona’s desert, Alaskan ice caps, Mississippi’s swamps, Tennessee’s hills, Florida’s mangrove wetlands, and Michigan’s great lakes?

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MTV accuses the Convention of States Project of racism, because the race card is mandatory from the left

The Convention of States ain’t your momma’s revolution.  Recently, we officially “made it” in the cool department when we were featured on MTV:

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The Constitution was ratified 229 years ago today, and some people still believe this myth about what happened

Today marks the 229th anniversary of the Constitution’s ratification, as New Hampshire became the ninth and last necessary state to agree to the new document on June 21, 1788.

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LISTEN: The Bottom Line interviews Sen. Tom Coburn about his new book

Roger Marsh of The Bottom Line Show interviewed COS Senior Advisor Tom Coburn about his blockbuster new book Smashing the DC Monopoly.

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New poll: Government is America's biggest problem

A full 25 percent of all Americans cite dissatisfaction with government as the country’s most important problem, 17 percent above the next-most-important issue (terrorism), according to a new Gallup poll. 

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In the News: Regional Director talks all things Convention of States

David Schneider, Regional Director for Convention of States Project, appeared on Wichita Liberty TV to discuss the ongoing efforts across the country to call the first-ever Convention of States.

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DeMint: There's never been a better time to call a Convention of States

Former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint has been involved in prestigious organizations throughout his career, and now he's thrown his considerable influence behind the Convention of States Project.

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Coburn: Article V Convention can strangle DC debt monster

As the U.S. national debt climbs ever closer to $20 trillion, many Americans are wondering if there is any way to curb federal spending. One former senator has a plan.

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Is national unity still possible today?

In the wake of this week's shooting at a Republican congressional baseball practice, many Americans are wondering whether there is any hope for national unity in this particularly divisive political climate.

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The 4-hour Volunteer, Week 1: Calling my representatives

Ever wonder what it's like being a volunteer for the Convention of States Project?

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The only way to tame the federal beast

When highly respected, Constitution-loyal, former Washington, D.C., “insiders” begin throwing their weight behind a single constitutional strategy for putting a collar on the federal beast, all of us D.C. “outsiders” should heed their advice: The beast just won’t be collared any other way.

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Former Senator Jim DeMint: ‘The Tea Party needs a new mission’

I’m happy to share this exciting news from USA Today.  “The Tea Party needs a new mission,” says Former South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint.  Here’s what it should be:

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