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Convention of States to host three town hall meetings in Montana

The Convention of States Project Montana team wants all Montanans to know that there is a solution to ending federal tyranny by restoring meaningful limits on federal power—but only if we insist that our state legislators use their power in Article V of the Constitution to place a final check on Washington, D.C. All events are free and open to the public on a first-come basis, as seating is limited.

Guest speakers include: Constitutional and Article V expert, Professor Robert “Rob” G. Natelson, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Jurisprudence and Director of the Article V Information Center at the Independence Institute in Denver and University of Montana Professor, School of Law (Ret.), will report on his scrupulous Article V research.

Mark Meckler, President of Citizens for Self-Governance, and co-founder of the Convention of States Project, will provide information about the nonpartisan proposal to use Article V to call a Convention of States. Georgia, Florida and Alaska passed Article V applications in 2014.

What: Three Article V town hall meetings hosted by the Convention of States Project Montana to educate residents about Article V in the Constitution and Montana Senate Joint Resolution 7 calling for a convention of the states to ending federal overreach and reinvigorating state legislators to reclaim the power outlined to them in the Constitution.

Where and When:

  • Monday, January 26. 12:00 noon at Plymouth Congregational Church lower level conference room 400 South Oakes Street, Helena. Parking at 1600 Winne Ave. may be entered off either Oakes or Tamarack St.
  • Monday, January 26. 7:00 p.m. at Helena College of University of Montana 1115 N. Roberts St., Lecture Hall 125 (1st door on left of main entrance).
  • Tuesday, January 27. 12:00 noon at Montana State Capitol, 4th Floor Gallery of Room 303. Senate sponsor, Sen. Roger Webb will be there.

Who: All Montanans who are interested in supporting a Constitutional solution for ending the abuse of power by our federal government. It’s time to put Constitutional muscle back in the hands of the states. Montana residents who need more information can contact Jane Hamman, Legislative Liaison, The Convention of States Project Montana: