This is, as presented, far too vague and seemingly benign. If it's hiding something, it could, as others have said, lead to ideological witch hunts, which are already far too debilitating to our system of government. We already have watchdog groups with adequate power, if not political backing. If this bill is as benign as it seems, it's likely, therefore, unnecessary. We should instead perhaps give (back) more power to the ethics board overseeing Congress, which, despite announcements, has had cuts to its authority and utility. And, if we're frank, Congress probably needs greater oversight at this point than our various agencies, which are already monitored and, when properly done, held accountable. Let's instead propose a bill that more closely and independently monitors our Congresspeople and their actions or lack thereof.