As I noted two months back, the Obama Administration has failed to make good on its promise for "Sunlight before Signing" -- a promise that the text of all non-emergency legislation would be made available on the White House website for five days before the President would sign it. So have things improved since then? Nope. As the Cato Institute's Jim Harper notes, the Administration only fulfilled its "Sunlight before Signing" pledge one one of the first eleven bills the President signed into law. That's less than 10 percent. On the bright side, there's plenty of room for improvement.
Not So Much "Sunlight before Signing":