It is not within the scope of this comment to answer all the above issues. The focus of this paper will be a review of solutions suggested by Constitutional scholars with an emphasis on current proposed legislation. The Constitutional Implementation Act of 198116 (hereinafter S.817) and S.J. Res. 58.17 The current Congressionally-proposed amendment will be discussed in relation to the state applications. A brief review of the legislative history behind Article V will highlight the current efforts by Congress to provide some procedural guidelines for a state-summoned convention. Finally, the provisions of the various state applications will be compared. As a preface to this discussion, the nature and activities of the organizations credited with sponsoring this movement will be addressed.
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