Article V Symposium: The Road to the Convention of the States

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Article V Symposium:  The Road to the Convention of the States

Time: March 27, 2014 from 6pm to 8:30pm
Location: Denver Convention Center, Room 605
Street: 700 14th Street
City/Town: Denver, Colorado 80202
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Event Type: article v symposium
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Latest Activity: Feb 24, 2014

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Article V Symposium

Come and learn what the whole country is talking about and how you can help with Colorado's part to rein in an out of control Congress. 

Presented by Colorado's First Committee, the Article V Symposium will feature Professor Robert G. Natelson and other prominent constitutionalists in an eye-opening discussion of the state-initiated amendment process. 

The event is intended to inform citizens and legislators about the role of the states in proposing amendments to the U.S. Constitution and their power to use Article V to reform our out-of-control federal government. Come and join us as we explore Colorado’s role in this national effort and the pending resolution designed to invoke this all-important check and balance.

Go to for more information and to purchase tickets. $10 Earlybird and $15 Day of the Event

MC and Moderator - Professor Rob Natelson*
Amendments - Michael Farris and Robert Berry
Q & A Session
Colorado’s Resolution - Senator Kevin Lundberg and Representative Lori Saine 
What can we do? - Mark Meckler

*Rob Natelson’s research is featured in Mark Levin’s bestselling book The Liberty Amendments.

Denver Convention Center, Room 605

700 14th StreetDenver, Colorado 80202

Thursday, March 27, 2014 -- 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.

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