How should you title a bill on a controversial subject?
Another strategy: Don't say what you're doing.
As noted previously, one strategy is to give your bill either a heroic or bland title that gives no indication of its subject matter. But in some cases, you can mention the subject, as long as you leave out a crucial verb:
Eminent Domain: Compensate nonprofits whose properties are taken by the government at a higher price than fair-market value.
Access to Higher Education: Prohibit state colleges and community colleges from asking students whether they are illegal immigrants.
Modify Charter School Law: Among other things, change the cap on charter schools to allow six more to open each year.
The third bill is especially instructive when compared to titles of other bills that would raise or eliminate the cap on charter schools: Raise Cap on Charter Schools, Eliminate the Cap on Charter Schools, Remove Cap on the Number of Charter Schools and Increase Cap on Charter Schools.
Similar, but still more direct: Allow Charter Schools in 100 Counties.