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HR 216 Sunlight Rule

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Background

Sunlight Rule, House Resolution 216

The Sunlight Rule prohibits any piece of legislation from being brought before the House of Representatives unless it has been available to read for at least 10 days.[1]

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Arguments For

Yes on HR 216

Sometimes length pieces of legislation are presented and given inadequate time to review. This is often used as a political tactic to pass items surreptitiously.

Arguments Against


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 1  We Need Sunlight to Disinfect the Legislative Process

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