Ohio Lawmakers Consider Convention of the States Resolution

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Some Ohio lawmakers are backing legislation that calls for a Convention of the States to be called to potentially amend the U-S Constitution.  Supporters say the move is needed to rein in the spending and the power of the federal government and return control to the states. Opponents worry such a move could lead to wholesale changes to our founding document.

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State Rep. Christina Hagan, R-Ohio 50th District, Alliance  
State Rep. Bill Patmon, D-Ohio 10th District, Cleveland  
Dr. John Green, Ph.D., Director, Bliss Institute of Applied Politics, University of Akron

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