As most of us are aware, the US Constitution is outdated. The design of the US system is not especially democratic, and the system it sets up is prone to gridlock, polarization between two (and exactly two) parties, power grabs in the judicial system and by gerrymandering in the House, and so on and so forth. US politics has been grinding towards ever-increasing dysfunction for the last several decades, and it shows no sign of improvement. In an unexpected development, the legislatures of at least two-thirds of the states have called for an Article V convention to propose amendments to the US constitution. Acknowledging our brilliance, the convention is to take place entirely within CFC. Anything we decide on will be presented to state ratifying conventions, which are guaranteed to pass them provided they follow the following rules: The US must remain a presidential system with a bicameral Congress. The Senate must retain equal representation for each state. This is due to the only operative entrenched clause in the US constitution. From the last clause in article V, "no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate". Wyoming will still veto any attempt to give it less representation than California. Nothing about hot-button social issues is allowed. This convention is about the structure and representativeness of US government, not gun control, abortion, race or gender issues, etc. Discussion about these things is off-topic except as they directly relate to Constitutional reform. Your proposals need not be written in the format of a Constitutional amendment. Just write 'em down, and our team of experienced lawyers will rewrite them in Constitutionese later. Have at it!