Short, sweet and to the point:
We like one-page bills. They are the next best thing to no bills at all. They are short and to the point. But there’s something odd about this process.
Which is the way the spending bills ought to be. Short, sweet and to the point. But they aren’t. They are generally multi-hundred page documents that no one is going to read, and no one will refuse to vote for. This has to stop.
We need action on the Read the Bills Act.