Convention of states fails in the Kansas House


A proposal asking Congress to call a constitutional convention to place limits on the federal government failed yet again to muster enough support for passage.

The House voted 76-43 to pass a resolution seeking to have Congress call a convention of states under Article V of the U.S. Constitution.

It was eight votes short of the 84 needed for passage. It was at least the fourth time since 2016 that the amendment has . . .


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