Florida Becomes Third State to Pre-File

From Convention of States
Robert Kelly

Good news from the Sunshine State!  Florida State Senator Alan Hays (R-Umatilla) filed SM 476 on Friday petitioning Congress to call an Article V Convention of States.

Senator Hays stated, “Everywhere I go, people ask me what can be done to reform Washington, D.C.  This petition to Congress to convene the Article V convention is the first step toward that reform.  This ‘runaway’ Federal government is of great concern to Americans of all political parties and of all the states.”

In filing the legislation, Senator Hays continued, “In their wisdom, our Founders knew the Federal Government might one day become too large and too powerful, so they specifically inserted a mechanism that gives states a lawful and orderly instrument to restrain a runaway federal government;  it’s Article V, Section 2 of the Constitution.”

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So far, Florida, Virginia, and South Carolina have officially pre-filed our application in their state legislature.  We have many more representatives interested in sponsoring our application, so be looking for your state as we announce more pre-filings in the next few weeks!

These are huge steps towards calling a Convention of States, and we’re taking them right on schedule!

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