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Senate Resolution 82

To petition the states to convene a conference of states U.S. Senate, March 02, 1995 Page: S3427 Mr. BROWN (for himself and Mr. Helms) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary: S. Res. 82 Whereas Article I of the Constitution of the United States of America provides that the […]

Spy Infiltrates Secret CSG Strategy Meeting

Council of State Governments” 1995 Steering committee meeting — Indian River Plantation, Sewell Point, Florida, Friday, April 21st.   The following interview was conducted by the CDR with a networker whose name we’ll not divulge for matters of personal privacy.. we’ll call him John. John is a long-time networker with CDR; a personal friend of […]

Oregon State Senator Shannon — ON AIR

Following is another example of the many MIRACLES we experienced in 1995 during the massive grassroots effort to halt the Conference of States. We received a call on March 24th from Betty Freauf in Oregon.  A friend had called her and said, “Quick!  Turn on your radio.  Senator Shannon is being interviewed by Denny Smith!”.   Bear […]

ALEC Resolution Endorsing the COS

COUNCIL on DOMESTIC RELATIONS American Legislative Exchange Council’s (ALEC) Resolution endorsing the Conference of States. ————————————————————- (adopted January 11, 1995) The American Legislative Exchange Council Conference of the States Endorsement Resolution WHEREAS, The 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the […]

Sen. Headlund Letter to Colleagues – COS Warning

Commonwealth of Massachusetts MASSACHUSETTS SENATE State House, Boston 02133-1053 Senator Robert L. Hedlund Plymouth and Norfolk District Telephone: (617) 722-1646 18 April 1995 Massachusetts State Senate Massachusetts House of Representatives State House Boston, MA 02133     Dear Colleague: We are writing regarding the proposed “Conference of the States” (COS) which is being promoted primarily […]

Senator Headlund Opposes Massachusetts COS Participation

Senator Hedlund was informed because a constituent (only one person) took the time to deliver – by hand – information she received on the dangers of the COS, to his home address mailbox. Each piece of information she received was immediately copied and put into his mailbox. You’ll notice his confidence in the statements made […]

Letter from Attorney Lapiscopo to Rep. Tim Stine

TO: ALL FROM Dan Druck, Council on Domestic Relations The following is a text transcript of a letter written from California Attorney Peter D. Lepiscopo to the Rep. Timothy Stine (Louisiana) regarding his revised opinion about the dangers of the COS. Original fax copies can be obtained by calling (217) 854-4008 or by faxing your […]

Law Professor Concerns About COS

The Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1043 College of Law March 10, 1995 Mr. Eric J. Thorn Legislative Analyst House Republican Office 323 The Capitol Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300 Dear Mr. Thorn: This is in response to your inquiries regarding HCR 1401, which calls for the convening of a “Conference of the States” and would authorize […]

CDR Open Letter to Governor Leavitt

The following consists of: 1) TWO-PAGE OPEN LETTER OF RESPONSE TO GOVERNOR LEAVITT regarding his unwillingness to bring both sides of the issues to the table – publicly – to allow Americans and elected officials the opportunity to make their own informed decisions on important questions:   THE PROCESS – Can/will Leavitt’s COS become a […]

Governor Leavitt Responds to CDR Debate Challenge

Last month (May-95) we issued a press release with a formal invitation to the CSG’s Michael Leavitt (Governor of Utah) to debate the COS pros and “cons” with COS opponent Charles Duke (Colorado State Senator). After much effort, we finally received a response from Gov. Leavitt. Below is a text transcript of his letter. Following […]

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