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Where is information stored, that shouldn't nessecarily be stored in law but still needed in government

Government agencies generate vast amounts of documentation in support of their missions in what are called "public records." Laws and regulations aren't primarily places to store information....
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What is a successful policy against lobbying in a democratic country?

The United States can adopt some of the policies used by other countries where lobbying power is lower and the strongly correlated corruption perception index is higher (high = less corruption): ...
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Why don't attackers in war target government buildings as much as they could?

It really depends on the broader war strategy. The US bombed several of Saddam's palaces during the two Gulf wars, trying to get him personally. And also between the wars proper, e.g. during "...
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