January 31, 2018

1912 Community Center
Moscow, Idaho

Richard Seamon discussed “What’s Wrong With a Constitutional Convention?”
More than half the states support a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution, according to media reports. Idaho might soon join this group. This talk presented information about the current push for a convention and why people should be concerned about it.

Seamon is a professor at the University of Idaho College of Law. He teaches and writes on issues of constitutional law and government agencies.

Idaho House Concurrent Resolution 32 (Federal Government Power Abuse)
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