David B. Grinberg
Thanks very much, Earl, for your important insights. I especially like your point about:
Having to read “the 1,000 plus pages in the bill to see what is really in it (couldn’t they have been more succinct, and what was it that took over a thousand pages to say).”
Every member of Congress should be provided appropriate time to read and study all bills prior to casting a vote. Anything less may appear un-democratic to some people and hurt the legislative process in the House and Senate.