Latest posts by Lindsey Stroud (see all)
- Public Health Officials Should Avoid ‘Deeming’ Epidemics, Especially When They’re Ignoring the One They Created - February 13, 2019
- FDA Is Celebrating the Great American Smokeout with a Great Unnecessary Vapeout - November 15, 2018
- FDA Claims There’s Market Freedom While Blocking Tobacco Harm Reduction Products - August 29, 2018
In this Heartland Daily Podcast, Heartland’s government relations coordinator Lindsey Stroud talks with Neal Schuerer about his constitutional reform efforts through Article V of the United States Constitution. Article V allows state legislatures to call a convention of states to propose constitutional amendments.
Neal Schuerer is executive director at Campaign Constitution where he communicates with state elected officials and policy leaders to advance the cause of state initiated constitutional reform. Mr. Schuerer previously served a two-term Iowa state senator.
In this podcast Stroud and Schuerer discuss his background, the history of Article V Conventions, and efforts by Campaign Constitution. For more information on Campaign Constitution, please visit http://www.campaignconstitution.com/. For more information on Article V and other constitutional reform efforts please visit the Heartland Institute’s Center on Constitutional Reform at https://www.heartland.org/con-reform/index.html.