Goldwater Institute Constitutional Amendment Page

 

Below are links to Michigan Capitol Confidential's coverage of the "National Debt Relief Amendment."

Tea Party Could Cut Up the Federal Credit Card

States May Seize Control of Federal Deficit Spending Power

National Debt Relief Amendment in North Dakota Senate Committee

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Ten Facts to Rebut the Mythology of a Runaway Convention

False Fears, "Runaway Conventions," and the National Debt Relief Amendment

Absent Information and Competing Risks Assessment, Invalid to Declare Debt Relief Convention 'Too Risky'

We only need a fraction of the Founders' courage

Press Release: National Debt Relief Amendment Gains Momentum

 

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States can seek constitutional amendment to end federal debt binge 

The National Debt Relief Amendment Gains Momentum 

Amendment to limit national debt will appeal to states 

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Amending the Constitution by Convention: A Complete View of the Founders’ Plan (Part 1 in a 3 Part Series)

Learning from Experience: How the States Used Article V Applications in America's First Century (Part 2 in a 3 Part Series)

Who's Afraid of an Amendments Convention?

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Jim Riley got his own fiscal house in order so he could retire. Now he wonders why his city government can’t do the same for their employees, and taxpayers who could end with huge bills from the unfunded retirement liabilities.

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