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 07/01/2015

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This is a scary piece in which I analyze precisely how many voters would be required to trigger a Constitutional Convention and ratify any amendments it proposes.  Because the 2/3 and 3/4 requirements in the Constitution refer to the number of States involved, the smaller States have a disproportionate effect.  In Congress, the House counterbalances this — but for a Constitutional Convention, there is no such check.

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