The legislatures of 7 States have already passed laws that strengthen their ability to force Congress to act.
Similar legislation is pending in other states.
These “Faithful Delegate” laws give each state the power to replace and thus control potentially disobedient delegates if there ever was an Article V Convention.
If enacted by a majority of states with a majority of the population, they would give those states the power to threaten a convention, a majority of whose delegates would be limited to just an up or down vote on the Amendment states wanted.
Faced with the potential of such a threat Congress would almost certainly propose the Amendment states wanted to avoid the risk of a Convention that would be more powerful than Congress.
Contact Information: Tomi Collins
National Chairwoman Regulation Freedom Amendment Campaign