I would. States are antiquated and unnecessary. Counties work just fine. Most, if not all, States just pass work down to specific counties to operate anyways. Federal Legislation and Regulation already trumps state law as it is. Interstate commerce is the biggest trump card. Environmental issues and individual rights issues are better served Nationally than by regional tastes. I don't like the State poaching that goes on with companies. It is destructive to communities. Offering tax breaks to multi million and billion Dollar companies to move states which mostly only affect the tax breaks of stockholders (not stakeholders), board members and executives, but don't end up really having much impact on operations or employees, except in a disruptive way, is counter intuitive to us a single nation. We don't need 50 separate regulatory bodies that muck up energy and healthcare markets. It doesn't take congressional members a month to take a carriage to Washington D.C. The Senate can remain with the states renamed territories, but we can dissolve all State Governments. It could equalize Federal money distributed to territories. People say the best representation happens locally, then County administration of funds and operations would be watched more closely and maybe City vs. Rural issues in Territories would dissipate. And I guarantee the voter participation rate would go up. (I know some people wouldn't like this, but that is a little elitist in my opinion). Why even be a single Nation if we are going to be so divided. If you really Love America, put America first of your State. C'mon people. Let's have a Constitutional Convention!