Todd Wilcox Unveils Congressional Reform Plan Including Term Limits
Even as businessman Carlos Beruff entered the Republican primary to replace U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., on Thursday, businessman and veteran Todd Wilcox showcased his proposal to reform Washington as he continues his Senate bid.
"I know that in order to end the mess in Washington and return our nation to a citizen government, we must stop career politicians," said Wilcox.
Wilcox called to end congressional pensions, have members read bills before they vote, ban former members of Congress from lobbying, stop congressional exemptions in laws and a two term limit on members of the Senate.
"Ours was meant to be a citizen government and term limits are the first step to ensure being a member of Congress is an act of service and not a career choice," Wilcox said. "My five-point plan shuts down the revolving door between K Street and the Capitol by instilling an absolute, airtight lifetime ban on members being lobbyists. It ends the pension program for members, eliminates exceptions they write into law for themselves and insists they must read each and every bill."
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