From: Jim, Convention of States
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Article V Tele-Townhall
Date: Sun Feb 02 22:35:23 MST 2014

Sign up to be part of our first-ever series of "Tele-Townhall."
Convention of States


My name is Jim Kinney. I have recently begun working as the Executive Director for the Convention of States Project, and I have some great news.

The COS Project is about to begin a brand new series of free, interactive "Tele-Townhalls" entitledArticle V: The Real Deal. The Real Deal will walk you through the Convention of States process in plain, simple English and answer some of the most common questions about Article V before, during, and after the convention.

To sign up, click here.

Part I – Before the Convention: Mythbusting

Michael Farris, head of the COS Project, will kick things off on February 3 at 8pm EST by doing some myth busting. A number of objections have been raised against a Convention of States, and Michael Farris would like to respond to a few of them.

Part II – During the Convention: We Know the Rules

On February 13 at 8pm EST Prof. Rob Natelson, leading expert on Article V, will explain how a Convention of States would operate based on previous interstate conventions as well as legal precedent. Rob will also be answering questions on amendment ratification.

Part III – After the Convention: A Vision for the Future

Finally, on February 20 at 8pm EST, Mark Meckler, President and Founder of Citizen’s for Self-Governance, will paint a picture of America after we hold a Convention of States.

At the end of each presentation, you will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speaker through our interactive Tele-Townhall service.

Click here and follow the on-screen instructions to sign up forArticle V: The Real Deal.


Jim Kinney

Executive Director
Convention of States Project

The Convention of States Project is a project of Citizens for Self-Governance.


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