Won't term limits make lobbyists more powerful?


Section 8 of our amendment prevents a member of congress from engaging in any lobbying activity for a period of 7 years following the end of the public service. In essence, term limits reduces the majority of lobbying activities that occur during re-election campaigns AND removes the possibility any post-congressional lobbying activities by members of Congress.

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