THE COMPACT-AGREEMENT AMONG THE STATES-VEHICLE FOR REFORM
Why a Compact fulfills the Founders' promise that the States could check and balance Washington with constitutional amendments.
How the Compact for a Balanced Budget empowers the States to out-maneuver Congress.
Why the Compact approach to Article V is an upgrade from the non-compact approach.
Facts showing that an Article V convention was not meant to be an impossible obstacle course.
Proof that the States have the power to target the Article V convention to specific amendments because of the meaning of the word "Application."
Questions that generate answers showing that the Compact properly constrains the deliberation of an Article V convention.
Proof that an agreement among the states to generate constitutional amendments was anticipated by the Founders.
Why the Compact approach to Article V is the best approach to achieve a BBA in the near term.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Compact for a Balanced Budget.
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