Arizona state senator Sylvia Allen has introduced a bill to repeal the state's open meeting law, affecting all levels of government and eliminating any requirement for notification that meetings will be held, Allen told the Arizona Capitol Times that her bill would lead to better governance if they could operate in secret. "There's better government if elected officials, the ones that are responsible and accountable, can have the freedom to be able to talk," she said. Next up, legislative voting records will become classified information, because, how could a legislator vote their conscience if some nasty reporter was always ratting them out? Democracy at its finest. Just trust us that it is working.