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January 31, 2018
By Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D., Jay Lehr, Peter Ferrara, Frederick D. Palmer, H. Sterling Burnett, Lennie Jarratt, Bette Grande, Tom Harris, James H. Rust, David S. D’Amato, Kenneth Haapala, David Guldenschuh, Corey DeAngelis , Wayne Allyn Root, J.T. Edwards, E. Calvin Beisner, Jane M. Orient, M.D., David L. Applegate, Howard L. Simons, William Briggs, Timothy Ball, Michelle Smith, Gerard Gianoli, M.D., Ronald D. Rotunda (1945 - 2018), Randal O’Toole, James Wanliss , Yuri Maltsev, Stephen B. Presser, Michael Schaus, Jim Waters, Russ McCullough, Christopher Garbacz
“The Heartland Institute has been advising many in the administration on climate and energy policy, so we were certainly encouraged and excited the president promoted his pro-energy, pro-America vision in his State of the Union Address.” - Tim Huelskamp
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September 11, 2017
By David Guldenschuh
In ancient mythology, the phoenix was a symbol of rebirth. As its former life came to an end in a show of flames and spontaneous combustion, a newer, even better life was born from the ashes of its predecessor.
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Constitutional Reform
July 24, 2017
By David Guldenschuh
The federal government is incapable of fixing itself. Another mechanism is needed.
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Constitutional Reform
May 26, 2016
By David Guldenschuh
The Louisiana House of Representatives approved Senate Concurrent Resolution 52 on Wednesday afternoon, by a vote of 62 to 36.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
May 11, 2016
By David Guldenschuh
Heartland Institute Experts Comment on Louisiana Senate’sApproval of Article V Convention ApplicationThe Louisiana Senate approved Senate Concurrent Resolution 52 (SCR 52) on Monday afternoon by a vote of 29 to 6.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
Constitutional Reform
April 27, 2016
By David Guldenschuh, Jesse Hathaway
The Oklahoma state Senate on Tuesday afternoon approved by a 30 to 16 vote Senate Joint Resolution 4, a combined application for an Article V convention backed by the Balanced Budget Amendment Task Force and Convention of States.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
April 22, 2016
By David Guldenschuh, Jesse Hathaway
The Missouri House of Representatives approved House Concurrent Resolution 64 on Thursday by a vote of 105-43. HCR 64 is Missouri's application for an Article V convention. It's backed by Convention of States.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
April 19, 2016
By Jesse Hathaway, David Guldenschuh
On Monday, April 18, the Oklahoma House of Representatives approved by a 57–33 vote Senate Joint Resolution 4 (SJR 4), a combined application for an Article V convention.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
March 15, 2016
By David Guldenschuh
West Virginia on Saturday became the 28th state in the nation to approve an application for an Article V convention of the states. The House of Delegates approved House Concurrent Resolution 36 on Friday evening by a vote of 66 to 27.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
March 9, 2016
By David Guldenschuh
State Would Invoke an Article V Convention of the States to Rein in CongressThe Utah House of Representatives on Monday evening approved a resolution calling for an Article V convention for the purpose of imposing term limits on members of Congress.
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Taxes
Government Spending
Constitutional Reform
March 2, 2016
By David Guldenschuh, Jesse Hathaway
The Indiana House of Representatives approved Senate Joint Resolution 14 – an application for an Article V convention backed by Convention of States – on Monday evening by a vote of 63 to 31.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
Constitutional Reform
March 2, 2016
By David Guldenschuh, Jesse Hathaway
The Utah House of Representatives approved House Joint Resolution 8 – an application for an Article V convention – on Tuesday by a vote of 41 to 33.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
March 2, 2016
By David Guldenschuh
The Arizona House of Representatives last Thursday approved by a 32 to 28 vote House Concurrent Resolution 2014, an application for an Article V convention backed by the Balanced Budget Amendment Task Force.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
Constitutional Reform
February 26, 2016
By Jesse Hathaway, David Guldenschuh
The South Dakota House of Representatives approved House Joint Resolution 1002 on Wednesday evening by a vote of 37 to 30. HJR 1002 is South Dakota’s application for an Article V convention backed by Convention of States.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
February 24, 2016
By David Guldenschuh
The West Virginia Senate on Tuesday approved Senate Concurrent Resolution 10 (SCR 10), the state’s application for an Article V convention backed by Convention of States.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
February 17, 2016
By Peter Ferrara, David Guldenschuh
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday approved, by a 55 to 44 vote, House Joint Resolution 90, an application for an Article V convention backed by the Balanced Budget Amendment Task Force.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
February 4, 2016
By Peter Ferrara, David Guldenschuh
The Tennessee House of Representatives on Thursday approved by a 59 to 31 vote Senate Joint Resolution 67, an application for an Article V convention backed by Convention of States.
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
December 16, 2015
By David Guldenschuh
A handbook prepared for state legislators considering an Article V application for a Convention of States on the single topic of proposing a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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Constitutional Reform
November 23, 2015
By David Guldenschuh, Jim Lakely
Policy Brief Refutes Fears of a ‘Runaway Convention,’ Lays Out Strategy to Unite FactionsARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL – The Heartland Institute this week published a new Policy Brief that looks at the current state of the “Article V” movement – a growing
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Constitutional Reform
Government Spending
November 16, 2015
By David Guldenschuh
This Heartland Policy Brief is a comprehensive overview of the most consequential social movement occurring in the United States today: the Article V movement.
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Government Spending
Law
Taxes
Constitutional Reform
 

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