Stop In The Name of Law
Why is there a law on the books for “Onion rings made from diced onion”?
Before any bill passed by any legislature (State or Federal) becomes law, it should be reviewed by the Courts for Constitutionality and alignment with existing law without the need for anyone to sue.
All laws should expire after 20 years so they must be re-approved by the current legislature.
Existing laws older than 20 years would need to expire on a special schedule until all laws are in regular cycles.