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

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States May Seize Control of Federal Deficit Spending Power

National Debt Relief Amendment in North Dakota Senate Committee

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)

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Ted Nelson is a retired Michigan State Police officer who trained police departments throughout the state on civil asset forfeiture. He believes the practice has been misused and needs to change.

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