Should North Carolina Support a Convention of States to Amend the Constitution? | Eastern North Carolina Now

    North Carolina will be challenged to support a convention of states to amend the U.S. constitution. You need to understand both side of this issue. The meeting will present pros and cons of the advantages and dangers of amending the Constitution at this time.

    In a convention of this type your civil rights and liberty may be debated.

    Social issues will be decided. Second Amendment; right to life; marriage amendment; church and state; freedom of religion; Christianity and other issues could be debated.

    The future for you and your children now hangs in the balance and you cannot afford to be left in ignorance. This is an opportunity to learn how to speak out to your legislators about your concerns.

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( February 22nd, 2014 @ 12:45 pm )
I actually do not know. I have been slammed lately with much too much work to make money to pay my staff and I could not attend.

I do know that Hood debated the side of a Constitutional Convention, so at some point soon, I should have a report.
( February 22nd, 2014 @ 11:47 am )
What was the outcome of this meeting? Was it recorded and posted to youtube making it available to the public?

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