There are two ways to amend the U.S. Constitution under Article V. First are state ratified amendments proposed by Congress. The second is a state convention to amend the constitution. Some activists worry that the federal government is too powerful, and needs to be reigned in by a state convention. Are they right, or will a state convention turn into a runaway convention that will toss the precious Bill of Rights out of the constitution? Find out what Trifecta thinks.