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COS resolution HJR54 has been assigned to the House Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments, and Intergovernmental Affairs.  In order for our resolution to move on the floor of the KY House of Representatives, we must first pass the resolution out of this committee. 

Now is the time for action from each of our supporters here in KY.  We need each of you to call and email the legislators on this committee and let them know you support HJR54 and that you want them to stand for our founders’ original concept of federalism and self-governance by the states.  Our state legislators are charged with the duty to protect and guard against federal overreach by our constitution.  The oath they took included defending the constitution which guarantees the rights of the states and the people.



KY Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments, and Intergovernmental Affairs:

Kenny Imes               502-564-8100 x 611

Lynn Bechler              502-564-8100 x 655

Reginald Meeks          502-564-8100 x 653

Joseph M Fisher          502-564-8100 x 742

Derrick Graham          502-564-8100 x 639

Tim Moore                 502-564-8100 x 702

Jason Petrie               502-564-8100 x 618

Jason Nemes             502-564-8100 x 706

Mary Lou Marzian       502-564-8100 x 643

Kevin D Bratcher        502-564-8100 x 680

Sannie Overly            502-564-8100 x 661

Dan Johnson              502-564-8100 x 651

DJ Johnson                502-564-8100 x 705

C. Wesley Morgan       502-564-8100 x 607

Attica Scott                502-564-8100 x 606

Kentucky Action Prompt

Kentucky Action Prompt

With our grassroots growing so rapidly in Kentucky, we need to have a District Captain in every House District in Kentucky.  If you would like to become a part of this historic movement to restore liberty, then please Stand Up and volunteer to become a District Captain.

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Capital Day - A Huge Success


The Kentucky Convention of States team held they first ever Capital Day Event on Tuesday February 14th at the states capital in Frankfort.  We were blessed with great weather and had close to 50 supporters and COSA team members who attended.  COS President Mark Meckler and Regional Director, Ken Clark were there to kick off a day of very high level meetings. Mark gave an inspiring speech to crowd of supporters and volunteers.  Our legislative sponsor for House Joint Resolution 54 (HJR 54), Representative Jim DeCesare stopped by and addressed the audience and assured us his full support.  




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COS Resolution Filed in the House HJR54

Representative Jim DeCesare District 17 just filed our Convention of States resolution HJR54 in the Kentucky House of Representatives.  Rep. Tim Couch District 90 has signed on as the first co-sponsor.  This comes just days before the KY COS team heads to Frankfort to hold their Capital Day event on Valentines Day Feb. 14th.  The convention of States volunteers across the state of Kentucky are beginning to feel the momentum build in the 2017 legislative session.

HJR 54 (BR 455) - J. DeCesare, T. Couch

Apply to Congress under the provisions of Article V of the Constitution of the United States for the calling of a convention of the states limited to proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraint on the federal government and that limit the powers and jurisdiction of the federal government; to state that the application be aggregated with the applications of other states limited for the purposes identified in the applications; state that the application be a continuing application until a convention is called or until the application is withdrawn by the Kentucky General Assembly.

Feb 09, 2017 - introduced in House

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