Passing the “One Subject at a Time” bills will make government more transparent, make legislation easier to understand, and limit incomprehensible and potentially damaging omnibus bills.
April 27, 2022
The Honorable Russ Fulcher
1st Congressional District of Idaho
1520 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
The Honorable Rand Paul
Senator from Kentucky
167 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Dear Congressman Fulcher and Senator Paul,
On behalf of the 2.3 million+ members of AMAC – the Association of Mature American Citizens,
including over 2,700 residing in ID-01, and over 29,000 in Kentucky, I write to offer our support for H.R.
872, the “One Subject at a Time Act,” and its Senate companion, S. 110.
Passing the “One Subject at a Time” bills into law will make government more transparent, make
legislation easier to understand, and limit incomprehensible and potentially damaging omnibus bills.
This is a concept whose time is past due and an effort we appreciate you championing.
The salient elements to note are:
• These bills set their own example by addressing a single topic, in plain language, that a bill
should present only one subject at a time, and that the title of the bill accurately reflect the
content of the bill.
• These bills would prevent future appropriations bills from effecting law not associated with
• A set of consequences are designed for violating the intent of these bills when they become law.
AMAC thanks you, Representative Fulcher, and Senator Paul, for your vision and leadership with
introducing this important legislation that would benefit all Americans. We are pleased to offer our
organization’s full support for H.R. 872 and S. 110, the “One Subject at a Time Act.”
President AMAC Action
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