I support this:
ReadtheBill.org is a new national organization dedicated to forcing Congress to post all proposed legislation online for 72 hours before it goes to the floor of Congress. We call this the “72 Hours of Sunshine Rule”. It is needed because Congress has degenerated into chaos. The House of Representatives still has a rule on the books requiring proposed legislation be available to members for three days. But the House waives this rule routinely and rubber stamps huge bills in the middle night, clueless of their content or cost. Senate rules are fuzzier but the result is the same. This chaos in Congress costs every American. Provisions and giveaways slipped through Congress are one reason that the U.S. has a national debt of $8 trillion. These sneaky provisions also invite plain-old corruption.
Posting all proposed bills online for 72 hours is the single most powerful reform to change the way Congress operates. It’s also simple. The short-order cook who reads the breakfast orders, the accounts payable clerk who scrutinizes invoices and most other working Americans understand that they must read certain papers to do their jobs. Amazingly, in the U.S. Congress, lawmakers do not believe they need to read proposed laws before they are considered on the floor of Congress.
I would increase it to two weeks if I had my way (I like a slow-moving government most of the time- even if it would be a colossal pain in the arse for Congress), but 72 hours is a nice start.