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Which of the following is an example of lobbying and its influence on public policy

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Eric Morgan on May 26, 2018

Example of lobbying:An interested group spokesperson tries to convince officials to vote a certain way on bills that affect members of the group.Lobbying is the process of influencing public and government policy at all levels: federal, state, and local.Lobbying involves the advocacy of an interest that is affected, actually or potentially, by the decisions of government leaders.The practice of lobbying provides a forum for the resolution of conflicts between various and competing points of view. It provides information, analysis and opinion to legislators and government leaders to enable them to make an informed and balanced decision-making process. It creates a system of checks and balances that allows for competition between stakeholder groups.

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