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Institute a page limit (assuming constant font size) of 50 pages per law.

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If it's not readable it shouldn't be enforceable. Some of the most effective laws in our nation's history are two pages long.
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    Problem Legislators don't read the laws they vote for
    The Dodd-Frank Act and the Durbin Amendment are perfect examples. Dodd-Frank was something like 2,000 pages long.
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