Columbus — Ohio lawmakers who say the federal government is out of control are pushing for a constitutional convention to revise the country’s governing document.
Article V of the Constitution outlines two ways to modify it — by a two-thirds vote of Congress or through a convention called by two-thirds of the states.
Eight states have called for a convention borrowing language from the Convention of States, a nonpartisan organization advocating for smaller government. Legislati
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