The Alaska House of Representatives passed a resolution Wednesday (3/12) that calls for an Article V Convention of States. The news comes hot on the heels of the announcement that the Arizona House passed an Article V resolution of their own earlier Wednesday.
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The resolution was sponsored by Rep. Tammie Wilson and passed with a final vote of 24-13. The bill now goes to the Alaska Senate for consideration.
“By calling a Convention of States, we can stop the federal spending and debt spree, the power grabs of the federal courts and unelected bureaucrats, and other misuses of federal power,” Rep. Wilson said. “The current situation is precisely what the founders feared, and that’s why they gave us a solution.”
Under Article V of the Constitution, states can call…
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