One Way to Avoid the Stimulus Bill's Bonus Loophole...

| Fri Mar. 20, 2009 12:33 PM EDT
The Sunlight Foundation points out that if Congress wants to avoid unpleasant surprises about Wall Street bonus loopholes in federal legislation, a good way to start would be to give lawmakers, the public, and watchdog groups 72 hours to read a bill before lawmakers have to vote on it. I agree. Seems like common sense, no?
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