lobbyists' activities are a. illegal b. regulated by laws c. not concerned with public policy d. driven by personal, not group, goals b

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  1. history

    What role did nativism play in federal policy? A. Concern for immigrants' children led to increased public education funding. B. Concern about living conditions led to construction of public housing. C. Concern about conditions in factories led to more

  2. History

    1: Which of the following is true about foreign policy in the United States? A:The goals of foreign policy may change depending on the president, but the methods used are always the same. B:The methods used to enact foreign policy may change depending on

  3. American Democracy

    Multiple choice In recent decades lobbyists in washington d.c. have increasingly A> targeted the executive branch in their efforts to influence policy dedision B> worked to defeat incumbent members of congess in order to replace them with members who would

  4. Government

    Which of the following are non-legislative powers of Congress? Choose one. A. make laws B. amend the constitution C. create a national public school D. censure public media E. tax exports Please help. My guess would be either E or C

  5. American Government

    Aside from racial segregation, why did Alabama's governor refuse to end the policy of segregation in public universities? a. He wanted to maintain the separation of powers in the federal government. b. He believed that the states' rights doctrine put this

  6. ss

    1. Which of the following might a limited government be more likely to do than an unlimited government? A. build and maintain public roads B. protect citizens from attack C. operate public schools D. let citizens speak freely and protest 2. Which of the

  7. American government check my answer

    9. According to this excerpt, President Obama would most likely support which of the following? (1 point) laws that restrict immigration from poor countries mass deportations of all illegal immigrants regardless of age construction of a wall along the

  8. english

    Which statement best expresses what Lincoln means by the phrase have wisely given their public servants but little power for mischief, in paragraph 6? U.S. states have the right to secede if they do not agree with the federal government. There are laws

  9. History

    What is the main reason other members of the EU are concerned about the British decision to leave the EU? A. They are concerned that other nations will want to leave the EU after Britain. B. They are concerned that English will not be spoken in the EU any

  10. HELP History

    How did Joseph McCarthy and the House Un-American Activities Committee help produce a Red Scare? Used public fear Intercepted and decoded Soviet message Campaigned to ease media censorship Arrested and prosecuted thousands of radicals Used public fear?

  11. Social Studies

    1. Hotels, restaurants, shops, public restrooms and drinking fountains are all examples of ________________. 2. __________________ describes the mixing of different races through marriage and family, and was illegal in many states. 3. State and local

  12. history

    Which of the following policies accurately describes the economic policy of mercantilism? a)It downplayed the role of the government in stimulating economic growth. b)It discouraged the establishment of overseas colonies. c)It encouraged trade by

  13. History

    How did the case of Gibbons v. Ogden have an economic impact on America in the 19th century? The Supreme Court's decision allowed state laws to override federal laws when they conflicted regarding economic matters. The Supreme Court's decision allowed

  14. Science

    Governments don't always enforce the environmental laws because: A. they don't believe in them B. they are too busy C. they don't have enough money to enforce all the laws D. they expect the public to enforce laws My answer is C

  15. government

    the lawmaking function of congress is central to democracy because a. it enables elected representatives to do the daily work of government b. legislative powers are necessary to check the power of the president c. it frees members of congress from the

  16. Economics

    Which statement best describes the role of government in a mixed economy? 1) it controls all decisions about business activities, including profit levels. 2) it forms companies and then allows individual managers to run them. 3) it follows a strict policy

  17. American government

    How do interest groups typically influence public policy in the judicial branch? A.By paying judges for meetings B. by submitting amiss curiae briefs to the court C. by meeting face to face with legislators D. by contacting the director of public

  18. world history

    Use the excerpt below from the English Bill of Rights to answer the following question: "That the pretended power of suspending the laws or the execution of laws by regal authority without consent of Parliament is illegal; That the pretended power of

  19. American government

    6. What is the main job of the Ohio General Assembly? * 1 point to enforce the laws of Ohio to interpret the laws of Ohio to veto the laws of Ohio to make laws for the state of Ohio 7. Who is the current Governor of Ohio? * 1 point Jon Husted Mike Dewine

  20. Social Studies

    Drag each government power to the correct branch of Roman government. enforced the law controlled foreign policy passed the laws elected magistrates Boxes + awnsers: Assemblies: elected magistrates Senate: passed the laws Magistrates: enforced the law

  21. Geography

    What is the main reason other members of the EU are concerned about the British decision to leave the EU? A. They are concerned that other nations will want to leave the EU after Britain * B. They are concerned that English will not be spoken in the EU any

  22. EDU

    Debate the pros and cons of prayer, Bible reading, and religious observations in public schools. Should current laws change regarding these activities? Why or why not

  23. finance

    1. The U.S. financial system is composed of: (1) policy makers, (2) a monetary system, (3) financial institutions, and (4) financial markets. Indicate which of these components is associated with each of the following roles: a. accumulate and

  24. Geography

    What is the main reason other members of the EU are concerned about the British decision to leave the EU? A. They are concerned that other nations will want to leave the EU after Britain. B. They are concerned that English will not be spoken in the EU any

  25. math (Please help me out)

    An insurance company is reviewing its current policy rates.when originally setting the rates they believed that the average claim amount was 1800.00.they are concerned that the true mean is actually higher than this,because they could potentially lose a

  26. U.S government

    what is the term given to the activities of interest groups that seek to influence the making and implementation of public policy and to persuade government officials to support a group's position. A. Muckrakers B. Bribers C. Lobbyists D. Non-Governmental

  27. Public Speaking(actually check please)

    “To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy.**** “To

  28. political science

    An important reason for why public policy and public opinion may not coincide in the United States is that... a) the American system of government includes arrangements, such as an appointed judiciary, which may produce policy decisions that run contraty

  29. history please help

    1. It is responsibility of all citizens too. a. run of political office b. attend naturalization cermonies c. pay taxes and serve on juries*** d. join special interest groups 2. What is not a form of local government a. city government b. county government

  30. History

    It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreigner world so far I mean as we are now at liberty to do it for let me not be understood as capable of patronizing [ supporting] Infidelity [ disloyalty;

  31. English

    These 5 sentences are about the same topic. By comparing them, which sentence would you conclude to be bias. 1.Roughly ten illegal immigrants are caught at the border each day. 2.In ten days, about one hundred illegal immigrants were stopped at the border.

  32. government

    lobbyists' activities are a. illegal b. regulated by laws c. not concerned with public policy d. driven by personal, not group, goals b

  33. English

    1. “To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy. is it C

  34. economics help

    I need a specific article that deals with monopoly power, either regulated or illegal attempts at monopolization.

  35. Government

    Why is the power shown in marbury v madison an important part of the us system of government? A. It established the right of the legislature to make laws B. It established the right of the executive to veto laws C. It established the right of the judiciary

  36. public speaking

    1. “To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy.

  37. Government

    Most members of Congress are a. concerned with national issues, but even more concerned with local ones. b. controlled by special-interest groups. c. interested only in the work of the subcommittee on which they serve. d. opposed to the seniority system.

  38. Geography

    Which statement best describes the role of government in a mixed economy? 1) it controls all decisions about business activities, including profit levels. 2) it forms companies and then allows individual managers to run them. 3) it follows a strict policy

  39. UDC

    Utilizing a public policy of your choice from a local government where you reside, prepare a paper assessing that government’s revenues and examining possible funding options for the chosen public policy. Utilizing the local government’s annual

  40. HELP 10

    Public policy and Politics A. Government B. Public C. Nation D. Special Interests A

  41. American Goverment

    A foreign policy president tends to be stronger than a domestic policy president because (Points : 1) presidents usually have stronger foreign policy backgrounds. Congress has more public support domestically and less internationally than the President.

  42. Government Help Please

    Members of the House of Representatives serve two-year terms in order to: 1) protect the House of Representatives from the excesses of popular opinion. 2) stabilize the enactment of public policy with little regard for popular opinion. 3) diminish the need

  43. government

    The Department of Veterans Affairs creates a grant program for returning members of the service without prior authorization from the executive, legislative, or judicial branches of government. Is this legal? Why or why not? A. Yes, because the department

  44. Teachers Aide/Early Childhood Education and After-

    16. When planning activities for an after-school day care program, the teacher aide should provide A. drill and thinking activities that carry over from the school curriculum. B. activities that are highly structured and demanding. C. a choice of

  45. government

    lobbyist activities re a. illegal b. regulated by laws c. not concernd with public policy d. driven by personal, not group, goals

  46. 12th grade participation in govt.

    A. Select a public policy issue you are very familiar with. Fully describe that public policy issue including who was responsible for the public policy and its impact on social conditions B. List 4 players who support the public policy. C. List 4 players

  47. Human resources

    Have federal anti-discrimination laws gone too far? Should public policy in the U.S seek a return to employment at will? Not too sure if they have gone too far. But most states recognize that certain public policy guidelines.

  48. HHS

    the class will be divided into two clusters for a debate about regulatory issues in health care and human services. The Pro Lobbyists will argue that, through standards and accountability, a highly regulated environment benefits the delivery of health care

  49. Human Services

    The class will be divided into two clusters for a debate about regulatory issues in health care and human services. The Pro Lobbyists will argue that, through standards and accountability, a highly regulated environment benefits the delivery of health care

  50. history

    The sector of the American public that is interested in politics and understands how government works is called the __________. A.attentive public B.activists C.lobbyists D.public action members A?

  51. LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVI

    The Pro Lobbyists will argue that, through standards and accountability, a highly regulated environment benefits the delivery of health care and human service to clients.

  52. government

    I have to explain how American Association for Affirmative Action influences public policy. I still get confused on public policy but so far I believe the answer is this group influences public policy through affirmative action policies for women,

  53. Sociology

    From the 1970s to the present, a shift in the evolution of public policy moved toward a New Federalism. How did this effect public policy? Was this positive or negative? Why?

  54. science

    From the 1970s to the present, a shift in the evolution of public policy moved toward a New Federalism. How did this effect public policy? Was this positive or negative? Why?

  55. Political Science

    From the 1970s to the present, a shift in the evolution of public policy moved toward a New Federalism. How did this effect public policy? Was this positive or negative? Why?

  56. education

    I need help finding a local public policy web site and federal public policy website on foster care.

  57. New Fedralism

    From the 1970s to the present, a shift in the evolution of public policy moved toward a New Federalism. How did this effect public policy

  58. social civics

    what is the purpose of a franchise agreement for public utility and how public utilities are regulated

  59. college> The American Democracy

    for these questions pick a,b.c or d. #6 in recent decades,lobbyists in washington d.c. have incressingly: A. targeted executive branch in their efforts to influence policy decisions. B. worked to defeat incumbent members congress in order to replace them

  60. Public Speaking(check)

    “To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy.**** “To

  61. Economics help

    Article dealing with monopoly power, either regulated or illegal attempts at monopolization.

  62. Public Policy

    Drawing on the courses in the public policy stream of the curriculum, answer the following question. Assume you have been asked to set up a policy analysis unit in the state of Ohio. The unit will report directly to the Governor and will be responsible for

  63. government

    __________ is the term given to the activities of interest groups that seek to influence the making and implementation of public policy and to persuade government officials to support a group's position.

  64. Philosophy

    When, if ever, do you think that the government in a liberal society is permitted to restrict the freedom and liberty of its citizens? If you can, identify at least two practical (moral) implications of your response for laws and public policy.

  65. government

    I am writing a paper on the civil rights for and individuals. It asks for me to describe a public policy that protects their rights. Does anyone know of a specific public policy pertaining to this? Please help

  66. law

    Choose a current federal, state, or local issue that directly affects public policy pertaining to the criminal justice system. Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you analyze the issue and related policy. Be sure to address to following points in

  67. US History

    Hello! My friend and I are doing a homework assignment; however, we're having a bit of trouble figuring out the answer (as we have conflicting answers). The question: Which issue most concerned American voters during the 2008 presidential campaign? A: The

  68. History

    What is the main work that goes on at the U.S. capital building A. Legislators make the nations laws. B. Government departments carry out federal laws C. Justices decide if laws are constitutional D. The president and vice president develop policy

  69. Psychology

    1-What is the role of a lobbyist as a social advocate? 2-How do positions as lobbyists affect social policy changes?

  70. Human Services

    Summarize legislative tasks and the overall role of the judiciary in shaping public policy. For the same agency or organization you chose previously, describe the laws and judicial decisions that influence how it operates. How do these laws influence the

  71. politics

    The political and policy dynamics documented in Robert Dahl’s "Who Governs?" might be found in which of the following situations? A. A small town with a history of certain families holding political office B. A county run by one political party with an

  72. politics

    The political and policy dynamics documented in Robert Dahl’s "Who Governs?" might be found in which of the following situations? A. A small town with a history of certain families holding political office B. A county run by one political party with an

  73. History

    The second amendment protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms, yet it is illegal to owns some weapons. how this happen A.)A right to public safety is guaranteed in the constitution B.)The united states is not threatened by invasion in modern

  74. Social Studies

    What 2 things detirmine booms and recessions in our economy? Public spending and the federal monetary policy are key activities that determine booms and busts in the economy. Check this site for more details.

  75. criminology

    Can someone provide a program or public policy in North Carolina that prevents public order crimes?

  76. health care policy making

    Explain how stakeholders become involved in the policy making process and why their voices often become a driver for change in health policy. That is the assignment any ideas on where I can find some information? would i look government laws

  77. Social Civics

    Think anyone at there can help me?! ^_^; Today unions (A) have generally experienced a tremendous increase in membership (B) have not succeeded in organizing any white-collar workers (C) are divided into two large organizations, the A.F.L. and the C.I.O.

  78. public policy analysis

    discuss the relationship between public policy and public administration

  79. Government

    Today unions (A) have generally experienced a tremendous increase in membership (B) have not succeeded in organizing any white-collar workers (C) are divided into two large organizations, the A.F.L. and the C.I.O. (D) have generally experienced a decline

  80. Economics(please check)

    What might the changes brought about by the influence of interest groups affect the public? It can affect the public by inforcing their views on a subject. This, in turn, can affect public policy. For instance, if a group can convince the majority that

  81. Law (Ms.Sue)

    Rights and Responsibilities: Find the key term that fits with it's definition: 1)A set of rights people have. They include freedom of speech and assembly A-I think it's social rights. 2)An international agreement drawn up after WWII A- I think it's UDHR

  82. american government

    How would the work of lobbyists be affected if there were no political parties? So I wrote about how there would be a lot of chaos if there weren't any political parties and how everyone would be divided. But I can't figure out this part about the

  83. self regulated volume control

    Hey what's up... does anyone know what does ''self regulated volume control'' mean? I suspect this is what is more commonly called AGC, or automatic gain control. This self regulating amplifer stage compensates for incoming signal strength (stronger input

  84. ecom

    Sometimes market activities (production, buying, and selling) have unintended positive or negative effects outside the market's scope. These are called externalities. As a policy maker concerned with correcting the effects of gases and particulates emitted

  85. american government

    Outside lobbying does not include the use of a. face-to face exchanges between lobbyists and policymakers b. campaign contributions to legislators who favor the interest group. c. the news media to influence policy makers d. targeting group resources on

  86. criminal

    What steps can local police departments take in order to implement a policy standard for dealing with illegal immigrants?

  87. american history

    Thomas Jefferson was concerned that the treaty formalizing the Louisiana Purchase A. would place an unfair tax burden on American citizens. B. might be unconstitutional. C. would invite French hostility. D. was clearly illegal.

  88. CHECK MY WORLD HISTORY ANSWERS

    * at the end of each question and a couple **** at the end of my answer 1. All of the following can be identified as being part of the counterculture which arose with Baby Boomers during the 1960’s EXCEPT: * a. “Don’t trust anyone over 30” b.

  89. SOC - 321

    Discuss whether there is anything that you feel strongly enough about to take part in illegal action (civil disobedience). What would it take to motivate you? What would prevent you? I never had to take part of any illegal action dealing with the (civil

  90. HIV and AIDS

    I have to write a 1 to 2 page report about how research and medical advances in the field of AIDS. then I need to mention laws, regulations, and public health warnings that are given today to protect society. I can't find any laws in Ontario (my home

  91. accounting

    Sept 29, Year 2 Purchased a one-year public liability insurance policy for $5,000. The policy becomes effective at 12:01 a.m. October 1, Year 2. journalize the transaction

  92. History

    What was the Johnson's Administration policy on civil rights? Are you referring to President Andrew Johnson or President Lyndon B. Johnson? It makes a difference. There are articles in here about both presidency's -- be sure to differentiate:

  93. Mass Media

    The question is list and explain 3 public relation activities. Take a current news story and explain how each of these would be used.. I have the first part answered for 3 public relation activities 1) Research- Define the problem, Identify public, test

  94. History

    I need to know if there is a site that lists federal presidential campaign financing laws, legal & illegal. All I can find is sites that have box diagrams. Thanks

  95. American National Government

    Can someone please help me with this question? Are there any public policy designed to protect civil liberty for freedom of religion? Do you support or oppose this policy? My answer is: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The International Convenant

  96. Anthropologhy

    Sumptuary laws are: (Points : 1) property laws. marriage laws. religious laws. civil laws.

  97. Economy

    What challenge most directly resulted from the introduction of free markets to Russia? A) fighting among competing businesses*** B) illegal skateboarding C) lack of sponsorship for athletic activities D) civil war

  98. ethics

    If you are an employee of a business, and learn that it is violating the law, what would you do in this situation? What are your ethical obligations? Under what conditions would you report the illegal activities? Under what conditions would you keep quiet?

  99. advertising

    although a democracy is based on freedom of expression, most people recognize the need to allow the government to excercise control over such things as false and misleading advertisements or advertisements of illegal products.Is the banning of cigarette

  100. Law and Ethics

    Hi I have a question about law, like for civics and stuff... My neighbors foreclosed their house and completely destroyed their credit but saved a ton of money. I have recently got written permission from my neighbors to take some of their possessions

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