Thursday, April 17, 2014
Published on Apr 17, 2014
Michigan just became the 34th state to vote that a Constitutional Convention be called, and no one really noticed. Not Congress, not the media, no one. In Article V of the Constitution, it allows for the Constitution to be amended two ways: through Congressional vote, and through State Legislature vote. We haven't amended the Constitution in decades, and now that the states have voted to do so...no one noticed. The Resident discusses.