Reform 2: Sunset Clause
I just thought of this one recently.
Every law shall expire and be stricken from the federal statutes no more than 40 years from the date of passage. Amendments to a law shall not extend the expiration date of the original law.
Rationale: We are governed by dead people. One of the contributors to the proliferation of laws is that they NEVER go away, no matter how outdated or archaic they may be. Forty years prevents excessive amounts of churn and resulting regime uncertainty. Under my term limits, Congress will have gone through three to four generations of legislators and ten presidents. Surely after that it’s time to reconsider old legislation.