Plain language bill prompts debate in New Zealand’s parliament

The World

Jargon can quickly clog up government documents, making vital information hard to find and difficult to understand. Lawmakers in New Zealand are trying to clear things up with a bill that would require clear, concise communication from the government. The World's Bianca Hillier has the details.

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