Missouri wants a national constitutional convention. But the state’s voters can throw out the state constitution and call a convention to write a new one. What could go wrong?
Missouri wants a national constitutional convention. But the state’s voters can throw out the state constitution and call a convention to write a new one. What could go wrong? Jeff Roberson AP
Missouri wants a national constitutional convention. But the state’s voters can throw out the state constitution and call a convention to write a new one. What could go wrong? Jeff Roberson AP

Dave Helling: Change the Constitution? Here’s a modest proposal for Missouri

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