Subjects Inside: Article
Application Counts By
AVC Legislative Report, CRS Reports,
Convention of State, Compact for America, COS, CFA--Which States are Which?, The Historic Record of COS, COS, CFA Laws, COS Articles, CRS Reports on COS/CFA, COS, CFA Financial Records, CFA Financials, COS Financials, COS/CFA Financial Conclusions, John
Birch Society, Con-Con, Runaway
Convention, Who Called the Convention, Congressional
Vote on a "Runaway" Convention, "Obey
the Constitution, Only Two More States", Illegal Rescissions, The Phony Burger Letter, The
Madison Letter, Fotheringham Exchange, JBS Articles, Sibley
Lawsuit, General Interest, Article V.org,
Robert Natelson, History
of Article V, Counting the Applications, The Numeric Count History, Congressional Decision of May 5, 1789,
Development of Article V, The Committee of the Whole, The Committee of Detail, August 30, September 10, Committee of Style, September 15, Official Government Documents,
History of FOAVC, Founders,
Page, 14th Amendment, The Electoral Process, Packets
, (Applications grouped by numeric count as required by the Constitution),
Same Subject (Applications grouped by amendment subject, not required by the Constitution for a convention call)
Pro Article V Convention Websites
Many groups and individuals have, over the
years, created online websites to support an Article V Convention. Most
websites are created with the purpose of advancing a specific
amendment proposal such as a balanced budget amendment or repeal of
federal income tax. Our links page provides a small sample of these websites.
Over time, as is true in all the Internet, sites are abandoned for various reasons and the
links become invalid. Therefore FOAVC assumes no liability as to the current status of any website link listed on this page.
Publication of a site link does not imply support by
FOAVC of any amendment proposal, political party or candidate. It does
not imply support for any position or statement made by any person or
persons on any subject they may publish on that website. It is the
understanding of FOAVC that at the time of publication the site had
expressed support for an Article V Convention. This is the sole criteria for FOAVC listing the site on this page.
If FOAVC receives notice the site is no longer active or no longer
supports an Article V Convention we will of course remove the link in
question. It is understood anyone using the links provided here assume
all risks associated with going on websites on the Internet. FOAVC
provides these links as a courtesy and is not responsible for any
content, offensive statement or any other issue which may arise as a
result of anyone using the links below.
Anyone knowing of other pro-convention websites should contact FOAVC
using our contacts page. Anyone encountering any issue with a link
below is requested to contact FOAVC.
This website was
created by FOAVC co-Founder Bill Walker and provides detailed legal
information about his two federal lawsuits, Walker v United States and
Walker v Members of Congress. The latter suit was appealed to the
Supreme Court of the United States. The site is intended to be a public
repository of all legal filings made during the course of the lawsuit
together with any other legal filings Mr. Walker made in relation to an
Article V Convention. As of the date shown below Walker v Members of
Congress is the only lawsuit ever appealed to the United States Supreme
Court on the subject of an Article V Convention.
This website, created
by Gordon Hayduk provides information on a proposed 28th Amendment to
the Constitution as well as presenting several other facts regarding an
Article V Convention.
This site, operated by FOAVC co-Founder Tom
Brennan is a personal blog in which Judge Brennan discusses numerous
issues and subjects of his own choosing including an Article V
Convention. Judge Brennan was formerly Chief Justice of the Michigan
State Supreme Court and founded Cooley Law School.
This site, operated by State
Legislators Article V Caucus, presents, as its name implies,
information to state legislators on the progress of the Article V
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