To have a better, more honest Congress, change its incentives
David Schoenbrod writes for The Hill:
Congress has become one of America’s most unpopular and disparaged institutions — but a practical reform could quickly change all of this to simultaneously benefit the American people and Congressional approval numbers.
Congress’s fall from grace came ironically from the success it helped to produce.
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