I was asked by a reporter once what we could do to protect women in relationships. I had two suggestions. One was that both parties should be required to make a full financial and criminal history disclosure. Second, since people are quite likely to discount anything negative the disclosures reveal, they should have to get letter approving of the relationship from six friends.
A man called me about a family member's boyfriend. I broke the news that the boyfriend had gone to prison for murder. Shot his brother seven times. The gun didn't hold seven shots so he obviously reloaded and kept shooting. The man said, "Wait till she hears this." "Oh, she knows but it doesn't matter. It wasn't his fault, nobody understands, and their love is so great it will conquer all." He called the next day to asked me how I knew.
I'm all for full disclosure. For the government to withhold information citizens need to make decisions is wrong, imo.