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July 24, 2014

Congress Passing 28 bills Without Reading Them

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The House will try to pass a whopping 28 bills this week, before the August recess.


That's AT LEAST 347 pages of legislation! But…


* As of July 22, one bill wasn't even ready for the Congressional Printing Office to post online

* Several of these bills didn't even have SUMMARIES for the public to read


I KNOW you're not going to read these bills! Therefore, I can say…


* This isn't “representative government.”

* This is a rubber stamp serving the interests of political cronies.


I DO NOT CONSENT to being governed this way!


In contrast, the Read the Bills Act would…


* Force you to read the bills you support, or hear them read before a quorum in Congress..

* Give the public a seven-day window to read bills online before a final vote, so we can give you our input


Represent me. Know what you're doing. Obey your oath of office.


Pass the Read the Bills Act!




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