See here. This paragraph, first sentence:
Processes are central to legislation is made. Questions seeking to understand the rules and processes by which policy is made in various legislatures or ruling bodies (inside and outside of the United States!) are wholly on topic
It seems to me that the grammatical structure does not make sense. Possibly a word is missing. I can restore this sentence in several ways, for example:
- Processes that are central to the way legislation is made. (This would be a noun phrase, still asking for a verb and an object.)
- Processes central to legislation are made. (This phrase seems to require a preposition or an adverbial in order to be meaningful.)
Either way, it does not make sense to me. Seeing how this is the first page a person coming to the site will be checking out, I suggest we try to find a way to make it more clear.