Single Subject Bills

In Analysis by Michael Rae

In a recent post, fellow blogger Craig Eyermann discussed the concessions that Kevin McCarthy made to fellow Republicans to gain their support to be elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. One of them was “More single-subject bills to allow members to vote on specific, narrow issues instead of thousand-page pork barrel behemoths.” That’s a good idea, but it won’t happen.
Let me relate this issue to a recent experience of mine, and one I suspect you have also experienced. I needed six nails to make a small repair on some wooden steps on my back deck, so I went off

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