CONGRESS ONLINE

Americans would rather health care reform was done right, rather than quickly. Ninety-five percent agree that Congress shouldn’t pass a bill they haven’t read first.

The “72-hour resolution,” proposed by a Washington Democrat and an Oregon Republican, would require all non-emergency legislation to be posted online in final form for at least 72 hours before Congress votes on it.

SeeĀ this article in the Wall Street Journal.

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