- bristol ozturgut
- New York, NY
- United States
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An institution devoted to reviewing and highlighting legislation that has exceeded a certain time frame.
Legislation is important under certain contexts. It's crucial, then, to keep legislation current. I think it a spectacular idea to commit a non-profit group to holding outdated legislation to current standards.
To quote the U.S. General Accounting Office report to Congress in 1990, through P.J. O'Rourke's "Parliament of Whores,"
"The government established a wool and mohair price-support program in 1954... to encourage domestic wool production in the interest of national security."
How is my proposal any better than the Government Accountability Office? Well, I'm not entirely sure and I suppose this is why I'm proposing it. I feel, though, the the GAO is entirely too big and that a program like this should have a lot more visibility - voters can access an archive of legislation, what it was written to combat, and what the general effects of it are now.