States That Have A Single Subject Provision In Their State Constitution

This United States map provides a guide to the forty-one states (in blue) that have a single subject provision in their respective state constitution and to the nine states (in dark gray) without such provision, specifically, Arkansas, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

By moving your cursor over a state, a legend appears that provides the year a single subject provision was added to its state constitution; the year our Article V Convention bill passed the state legislature (Year/Not Yet); whether our Article V Convention bill has been introduced in the state legislature (Yes/Not Yet/Passed); whether a state legislator has agreed to introduce our Article V Convention Bill (Yes/Not Yet/Passed); the date the legislative session convenes; the date the legislative session is scheduled to adjourn sine die; the party in control of the House of Representatives; and the party in control of the Senate.