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Does anyone know ways interest groups influence government decision making on all 3 branches of government? I was thinking disruption, and litigation. I need 2 for each branch so any help Is needed!

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  1. Legislative and executive branches are influenced by the big-money donors who pay for their campaigns.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
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