Which Brain Trusts Support the Compact for America Initiative?
The Compact for a Balanced Budget is only 34 state enactments, one 24 hour-long convention, and 1 congressional resolution away from the proposal and ratification of a powerful Balanced Budget Amendment. Other Article V efforts, including the 40 year old BBA task force effort and the more recent Convention of the States effort, while worthy of your consideration, are at least 68 state enactments, one indefinitely long convention, and 2 congressional resolutions away from any amendment being ratified.
Measured by distance to the goal of meaningful reform, it does not take a brainiac to know that the Compact for America intiative is leading the pack.
But it doesn't hurt either!
That's why Compact for America is partnering with leading public policy groups and think tanks in every state and in Washington, D.C. to bring awareness to the Compact for a Balanced Budget.
So far, each of the following prestigious organizations have taken a leading role in helping educate the American People and Policy Makers about the Compact:
Goldwater Institute here!
Federalist Society here!
Mackinac Center for Public Policy here!
Pelican Institute here!
Wyoming Liberty Group here!
Coalition of Freedom here!
Alaska Policy Forum here!
Georgia Public Policy Foundation here!
Advance Arkansas here!
American Legislative Exchange Council here!
John Locke Foundation here!
Foundation for Economic Education here!
Texas Public Policy Foundation here!
Students for Liberty here!
But we are not resting on our laurels. We have been seeking engagement with and support from all of the following leading policy and charitable organizations from across the political spectrum:
Please contact these and other local or national think tanks or policy groups and ask them to help with the Compact for America Initiative!
For a quick grasp of the Compact for America policy product, read this one page overview of the Compact for a Balanced Budget to understand why the Compact for America approach represents "Article V 2.0."