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Regulatory capture involves situations in which:

a)a bureaucracy is responsive to the interest of the group or corporation that they are supposed to regulate

b)bureaucrats make decisions without reference to interest groups, elected officials, or even their own policy views

c)legislators take away bureaucratic discretion through more specific laws

d)bureaucrats act independent of the influence of either legislators or the president

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