Gayle Ruzicka, for the Deseret News
Can you imagine the USA without its inspired Constitution? What if we had 50 Supreme Court justices? What if the states could call themselves into a constitutional convention whenever they wanted, creating a third national governing body dominated by New York, California and the large states?
Article V of the Constitution says that when two-thirds of state legislatures apply to Congress, that Congress shall call a convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution. A resolution, SJR9, calling for a convention, has been introduced in the Utah Legislature.