In his first two years on Capitol Hill, U.S. Rep. Justin Amash and his staff tried to read every piece of legislation that crossed his desk.
They learned a lot, chiefly that federal laws can be nearly impossible to understand.
Earlier this week, Amash, R-Cascade, introduced the Readable Legislation Act, H.R. 760. The bill, one of a few pieces of transparency legislation expected from the conservative Congressman, intends to make bills easier to understand for both the public and members of Congress.
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