Right. I don't see anything to object to in that list. I think I would put the fourth bullet point first, because it's the broadest and the most general, and I'd make it as wide as it could be made. I mean, I don't think I can produce a drafting solution to you right off the top of my head here, but I think that -- I mean, what I'm trying to grope for is to say that you don't want to limit what might be important and useful to a democratic citizen because you don't know in advance what it might be, and the broader that phrasing of the fourth bullet point can be without becoming meaningless, the better.
But the first three seem to me to be fine. If I had another half hour, I might be able to think up other bullet points, but that seems a perfectly good place to start.