But if the experiments fail — the “solutions” didn’t solve — “a sunset provision helps forestall the problem of vested interests, in and out of government, building up to protect [laws] despite their failure or irrelevance.” Mandatory sunset clauses aren’t a new idea; American reformers going back to the founders have championed the idea.
So numerous and ingrained are the impediments to good government, wrote Thomas Jefferson in 1789, that it should be clear “to every practical man that a law of limited duration is much more manageable than one which needs a repeal.” Congress has sometimes included sunset provisions in federal laws.
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The carton of milk in your refrigerator has an expiration date. Advertisement “The presumption should be that laws are experimental solutions to social problems we want to eliminate,” says political scientist Matthew Franck of the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, N. If the solutions are working and continue to be needed, a legislature is always free to extend them.
Members of Congress and state legislatures should be required to revisit their handiwork on a regular basis, reviewing it for relevance, efficacy, and soundness, and allowing measures that have outlived their usefulness to lapse.
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