With Congress' disapproval rating at about 90%, Cory Gardner is touting a new House-passed bill, the REINS Act (Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny). Very clever name. Here's a bill that would actually give members of Congress more authority and power, taking any discretion away from the executive branch.
Whether you like the executive or not, you have to admit that Congress isn't exactly a public institution that deserves more authority over our day to day lives. With disapproval ratings that high, more than likely even family members of Congressmen don't think they are doing a good job. Why would we want to entrust them with even more?