March 13th was a big day for Arizona—they became the ninth state to successfully adopt the Convention of States Article V application! It was a very hard-fought achievement, as the state tried for several years, according to Western Free Press.
But now Arizona joins eight, other states in passing a Convention of States Resolution calling for a convention to propose amendments to the US Constitution. Article V (Part 2) of the US Constitution gives state legislatures the power to amend the US Constitution without the permission or approval of Congress, the President, or the Supreme Court. If 34 states file the resolution with Congress, the convention must be held.
So this is definitely a good start. Congratulations to the COS Arizona warriors for all their hard work!