When working with legislatures, you quickly find that there are good bills and bad bills. But even bills with the very best of intentions can be bad. Why? Because of a lack of findings. Especially when your bill deals with a contentious issue such as abortion, you can almost guarantee that your bill is headed to court if it passes. And to have any hope of passing the scrutiny of the court, the bill must have ample findings such as expert testimony, documented research and so on. Otherwise, you leave the court to draw its own conclusions.