Pols love to ramble on and on and on and........ Bills they write follow the same lead probably as they write the things some pesky staffer notices that sub paragraph (b) of section 20 would effectively legalize slavery or something, so some more qualifying statements need to be added:
254 notwithstanding any understanding that sexual relations with owls are NOT made mandatory by
255 any part of this bill, not that there's anything wrong with that, and
256 quit with the snide remarks about my nephew who would become Director of the agency
257 in charge of whatever this is.....
Or you can keep it short, succinct, and to the point:
And no, abolishing the agency would NOT abolish all our environmental laws and rules along with it. Those would need to be addressed by the congress which had the sole authority to write them in the first place.