One might get that impression after reading this quotation from National Review?s new profile of Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.:

?From cameras in the Rules Committee to putting bills online at least 72 hours before a vote, we will enable people to know what?s happening, read the bills, and understand the debate. Better ideas will emerge, and the process will keep leadership power in check. It?ll be a healthy change.? [Emphasis added.]

That 72-hour provision ? at least for budget bills ? is one of the key recommendations the John Locke Foundation has offered North Carolina lawmakers to tackle in the First 100 Days of their new legislative session.

Joe Coletti explains why in the video clip below.