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 Since 2012, the Congressional Research Service ("CRS") has issued two reports for Congress on Article V of the Constitution. One of them explains the history of Article V, the Founding Fathers' motivations for including its two separate mechanisms for proposing constitutional amendments, and the procedures governing states' applications for an Article V Convention. ((Thomas J. Neale, [[https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42592.pdf|CRS Report R42592]], The Article V Convention for Proposing Constitutional Amendments: Historical perspectives for Congress (Oct. 22, 2012).)) The other discusses the emergence of renewed interest in invoking Article V's Convention mechanism and the questions that are sometimes raised regarding the logistics and procedures for such a Convention. ((Thomas J. Neale, [[https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42589.pdf|CRS Report R42589]], The Article V Convention to Propose Constitutional Amendments: Contemporary Issues for Congress (March 7, 2014).)) Since 2012, the Congressional Research Service ("CRS") has issued two reports for Congress on Article V of the Constitution. One of them explains the history of Article V, the Founding Fathers' motivations for including its two separate mechanisms for proposing constitutional amendments, and the procedures governing states' applications for an Article V Convention. ((Thomas J. Neale, [[https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42592.pdf|CRS Report R42592]], The Article V Convention for Proposing Constitutional Amendments: Historical perspectives for Congress (Oct. 22, 2012).)) The other discusses the emergence of renewed interest in invoking Article V's Convention mechanism and the questions that are sometimes raised regarding the logistics and procedures for such a Convention. ((Thomas J. Neale, [[https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42589.pdf|CRS Report R42589]], The Article V Convention to Propose Constitutional Amendments: Contemporary Issues for Congress (March 7, 2014).))
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