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Subjects Inside: Article V Applications  FAQ, Application Counts By Congress, Articles, 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, 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, Audio/Visual, Links, Contact Us, Legal Page, 14th Amendment, The Electoral Process, Packets, Definitions, Numeric, (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).

Page 3--Articles By Bill Walker

FOAVC Co-Founder Bill Walker has been an advocate for an Article V Convention for twenty five years. During that time he has written numerous articles on the Article V Convention. Beginning in 2000 Mr. Walker filed the first of two federal lawsuits in United States history regarding the obligation of Congress to call an Article V Convention. A detailed record of the suits may be found at: His second lawsuit, Walker v Members of Congress, filed in 2004, was appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States. Mr. Walker has spoken at  Cooley Law SchoolPart 1), (Part 2) and Harvard Law School. He helped gather for the first time in United States history the public record of state applications into a single photographic record presenting the actual text of state applications viewable on the Internet. Previous published lists only presented the congressional record references but did not show the actual texts of the applications.

Links to his works are listed below. Anyone wishing to contact Mr. Walker may do so at:

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