Dear Senator, I implore you to try something new: remove government involvement in private affairs. Rather than implement new laws over and over again that are a vast overreach of constitutional protections of privacy, enforce the laws already on the books. I understand that you feel compelled to compose/pass laws since you were elected to office, but for those of us who believe in limited government, often you were elected on the promise of "draining the swamp" and reducing public waste. Inefficiency is the cornerstone of bureaucracy, but I must say your job is to make our once great nation better while adhering to the principles of freedom established in the United States constitution. It should be the duty of every congressional member to limit federal involvement into citizens lives and pass all powers to the states that aren't absolutely necessary at the federal level (national defense.) Federal agencies have too much power, broad sweeping overreach and redundancies, resulting in wasteful spending and infinite opportunity for injustice. Be leaders; encourage your constituents to be better people, and assure them that no amount of regulation and government involvement in the lives of its citizens will ever make the United States a better place (such interference will only result in the quick demise of this nation.) It is our responsibility as citizens to do what is right, and when you have such an intrusive government telling people what to do, how to behave, how to spend, etc., people stop thinking for themselves, and the result is groupthink. While such a scenario is ideal for the corrupt politician, I choose to believe that you are a politician whose desire to serve others exceeds his own selfish desires. Do the right thing, I implore you.