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Good initiative from the White House to get rule-making agencies to use plain language. The Washington Post picks up on a case of ‘do as I say, not as I do’, though:

But in a departure from his own instructions, Sunstein uses a particularly wordy sentence to explain why: “Public participation cannot occur if the requirements of rules are unduly complex and if members of the public are unable to obtain a clear sense of the content of those requirements.”