Latest posts by Jesse Hathaway (see all)
- FCC Chairman Ajit Pai: The Truth About the Restoring Internet Freedom Order - December 11, 2017
- Military Shouldn’t Be Empowered to Draft People’s Daughters – or Their Sons - November 30, 2017
- Brady’s Tax Reform Proposal Could Unleash America’s Economic Engine - November 29, 2017
A new movement is spreading to state legislatures across the nation, attempting to do something which has never been done before: amend the United States Constitution from the grassroots up.
Using mechanisms embedded within the Constitution itself, activists are seeking to make reforms that have been successfully demanded of elected officials for decades. However, many people are unaware of how this process works — and many fewer aware that it’s even occurring.
Cato Institute Senior Fellow in constitutional studies Ilya Shapiro recently joined Heartland Institute Research Fellow Jesse Hathaway, explaining how the Article V amendment process works, and how it might be used to enact sound fiscal policy at the national level.