Voice for Liberty Radio: Kansas legislative reforms

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In this episode of WichitaLiberty Radio: Kansas Representative John Rubin has proposed two reforms to legislative procedure at the Kansas Capitol that, I believe, would improve the process. The first concerns granularity, that is, considering a group of bills (actually conference reports) with a single vote. The second simply asks that all non-trivial votes be recorded and made available to the public. Here’s Representative Rubin speaking in Topeka on January 16 at the Tenth Amendment Dinner.

This is podcast episode number 5, released on January 23, 2014.

Shownotes

John Rubin
The Rubin rule
The Rubin rule at Political Chips. This page tracks members’ positions on the Rubin rule.
Legislative procedure in Kansas


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