At the moment, the only defined destination to which questions on Law.SE can be migrated is law Meta. Migration to any other destination requires special moderator intervention, as I understand things. Recently there3 have been several questions migrated to the Politics stack, and at least one Q migrated from Politics to Law. It seems to me that it would make sense to add a Politics destination to the community specific reasons menu. That way any person who has the right to VTC could directly specify a politics destination.
Here is a screenshot of migrations to and from law in the last 90 days:
As the above screen shot shows, there were 5 questions migrated from politics to law, and 5 from law to politics (albeit three were rejected) within the last 90 days. No other site had as many, and only one other site (FOS, which is Open Source.SE) occurred more than once as a destination. Is that enough to create a migration path to Politics?
It seems to me that it is likely that in future there will be questions not on topic here but which would be on topic in politics. In particular many "Why" questions would IMO fit better on Politics.
I am not sure of the exact procedure for making such an interface change. I gather it is done on a per-site basis.
Can we make such an addition? What is the detailed procedure?
Details of migrated questions
Here are links to questions which were migrated to Politics from Law and their status:
Why are inmates allowed access to the internet and communications with the outside world? Returned to law and closed because it "lacks details or clarity". Seems to be listed twice in the stats
Do elected attorneys general and prosecutors in the U.S. sue companies more frequently when re-elections are upcoming? Migrated to Polityics. Now open, no answers yet.
What contributing factors would make the Florida “gain time” bill be signed into law in 2021? Migrated to politics. Currently open, with one upvoted but not accepted answer.
Question about minimum parenting time [closed] Migration rejected, no reason seems to be listed. Now closed and deleted. a "Why is the law as it is" question.
Is the Affordable Health Care Act effectively “dead” (i.e. Unconstitutional) Migration rejected, no reason seems to be listed. Now closed and deleted. A request to predict a future SCOTUS decision.
Why is having multiple bankruptcies legally possible? Migration rejected, no reason seems to be listed. Now closed and deleted. a "Why is the law as it is" question.
Who would have won the 2020 election if “did not vote” was a candidate Migration prevented by the asker being banned on Politics. Now closed.