Dear Alan,

Wow! What a way to start this year’s legislative season! Our teams around the country have been doing a fantastic job. So far this year we’ve secured victories in…

  • An Arizona House committee
  • A Tennessee House committee
  • An Indiana Senate committee
  • A New Mexico House committee
  • The New Mexico House floor

The best part? We’re just getting started. Click here for a full list of states considering the Convention of States resolution so far in 2016.

Here’s some other news you might find interesting:

 

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More important than the presidential primaries. Our next president will influence policy for a decade, but the outcome of these votes can limit the federal government for generations to come.

 

TN

Will Tennessee become the fifth state? The Volunteer State has a shot at joining Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, and Florida, and becoming the first state to pass the Convention of States resolution in 2016.

 

TWS

The Weekly Standard says… If anything can solve the problems plaguing D.C., it’s a Convention of States.

 

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