Omnibus bill, short explanation
An omnibus bill is a proposed law that covers a number of diverse or unrelated topics. Omnibus is derived from Latin and means “to, for, by, with or from everything”. An omnibus bill is a single document that is accepted in a single vote by a legislature but packages together several measures into one or combines diverse subjects.
Because of their large size and scope, omnibus bills limit opportunities for debate and scrutiny. Historically, omnibus bills have sometimes been used to pass controversial amendments. For this reason, some consider omnibus bills to be anti-democratic.
Who read all of these 4,155 pages in this short time before voting?
Why are we giving again $45 billions to Ukraine?
Why we not protecting our border?
How much of this 1.7 trillion is going to foreign nations?
How much our politicians are making from this bill, in private madder?
Who is getting rich on this 1,7 trillion-dollar bill?