|Short Title||Caph Act|
|Long Title||A Law to mandate public reports on all matters of reasonable contention that must go to the Administration.|
|Enacted||April 19, 2015|
|UTC Parts(s) Amended||3 UTC|
|Major Amendments||Law 2015-II-2|
The Caph Act, named for citizen Carl Caph who advocated for more transparent measures such as the act, was a controversial piece of legislation in late 2015-I that required that any matter that had passed the Executive Branch and would be sent on to the Administrative Branch for their confirmation that was reasonably controversial (but would not compromise the security or welfare of the Union) must be publicly described to the public at large by the Administrative Liaison.
It was amended by Law 2015-II-2 which required that the matters must be published (in the event they were written, such as an amendment or law or resolution) and that the Speaker of the Administration take the responsibility of publishing them.