The disconnect between Washington and middle America has gained a lot of prominence recently. President Donald Trump has gained a lot of attention with his campaign pledge last year to “Drain the Swamp” of corruption, so there has been a lot of desire to increase accountability in Washington. Fortunately, it looks like a proposal to do just that is on the horizon.
Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) recently introduced H.R. 826, the “Drain the Swamp Act.” If passed, this bill would have executive agencies like the EPA and FEMA relocate into areas outside of Washington, DC. The move would effectively spread out these organizations and make it harder for them to get in contact with corrupting influences.
Essentially, the corrupting influence of special interests in Washington has become a large problem over the past few years. It has been confirmed that the four richest counties in the US are DC Suburbs. This has