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Measures active, in Congress or state legislatures,
that we are supporting  in our
"Expose the Article V Con-con Fraud" campaign

Measures whose posts we created or updated in the last 3 weeks:

 

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Alabama

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Colorado

HJR1006

   General aim: Rescission of some, or all, of this state's applications for Congress to call an Article V convention

   Description: Concerning the rescission of all previous requests by the Colorado General Assembly or either house thereof for a convention under Article V of the United States Constitution.

   Originated in: House of Representatives

   Date introduced: 2021-04-19

   Status page: https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hjr21-1006

   Text of measure: https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/documents/2021A/bills/2021a_hjr1006_en2.pdf

   Notes: GOOD NEWS!! This measure passed the HOUSE on Wed., April 21 -- and two days later, it passed the SENATE!! (They didn't even mess with committees, on this one!!) And it rescinded ALL SIX Article V convention-applications they issued (between 1901 and 1992) -- including a BBA-convention one, from the late 1970s!! YAYY!!!


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Connecticut

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Delaware

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New Hampshire

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New Mexico

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New York

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North Carolina

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North Dakota

4004

   General aim: Rescission of some, or all, of this state's applications for Congress to call an Article V convention

   Description: A concurrent resolution to rescind all extant applications by the North Dakota Legislative Assembly to call a convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution, under Article V of the United States Constitution

   Originated in: Senate

   Date introduced: 2021-01-13

   Status page: https://www.legis.nd.gov/assembly/67-2021/bill-actions/ba4004.html

   Text of measure: https://www.legis.nd.gov/assembly/67-2021/documents/21-3003-01000.pdf

   Notes: The committee heard this rescission measure on Thurs., Jan. 28 -- and, the majority voted it "do not pass"! Then it went to the whole Senate -- where, on Feb. 9, unfortunately it was voted down (15-32). Never mind -- We'll get 'em next time!!


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Ohio

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Oklahoma

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Oregon

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Pennsylvania

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Rhode Island

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South Carolina

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South Dakota

SJR501

   General aim: Rescission of some, or all, of this state's applications for Congress to call an Article V convention

   Description: Rescinding House Joint Resolution 1001, adopted in 2015 calling for a constitutional convention for a federal balanced budget

   Originated in: Senate

   Date introduced: 2021-01-21

   Status page: https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/21803

   Text of measure: https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/21803/212335

   Notes: This measure was originally scheduled for a committee hearing Feb. 1; but then they "rescheduled" (postponed) it, to be at the Committee's hearing on Mon. Feb. 8. The committee voted to "report it out of committee without" any recommendation (for or against). Next it went to the Senate floor -- where, on Feb. 9, unfortunately but JUST BARELY it was voted down (17-18). Never mind -- We'll get 'em next time!!


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Tennessee

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Texas

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Utah

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Vermont

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Virginia

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Washington

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West Virginia

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Wisconsin

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Wyoming

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