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This legislation is different

Dear Editor,
Freshman Rep. Tom Marino of Pennsylvania has sponsored HR 3806, “One Subject at a Time Act” (OSTA).
Congress routinely passes unpopular laws. How? They combine them with unrelated bills that are sure to pass (aka Pork Spending).
The “One Subject at a Time Act” (OSTA) would prevent this.
The REAL ID Act is a perfect example of how Congressional leaders pass laws that lack majority support. This bill created a scheme Americans have always opposed, a national ID card.
This idea had so little support that it couldn’t even be brought to a vote in the Senate ...

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