Not really, the congresscritters are too sophisticated, and have too much discretion for anything like that to be practically enforceable....
However, your comment about rolling old laws into new ones is something I hadn't foreseen. It is easily addressed.
There are far too many ways for the powers that be to circumvent things like this. The law can provide executive discretion - effectively the unilateral ability to make decisions about what's allowed - to a separate department. For example, the FCC can decide what it's going to allow to be broadcast independently of the legislature. Similarly, you could look into the 27th Amendment, which led the Congress to vote itself 'cost of living increases' rather than raises.