So far as I can see, it should be renamed the Give HRC A Reason To Keep Asking For Money Act. As Steve Chapman notes:

If federal licensing laws required disclosure of the ingredients in congressional legislation, here's what the label on this one would say: 90 grams of empty symbolism and 10 grams of needless duplication.

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