Unformatted text preview: organizations. When a public health law is implemented and affects the interest groups representing individuals and organizations they take up an tnterest to influence the rules in their favor. Interest groups utilize lobbying, elections and litigations to shape opinions influencing the rulemaking process. The success of interest groups depends on the resources available to them (money and members). Interest groups with a large number of members have the financial ability and the size to influence rulemaking showing not just one voice but many. An interest groups ability to affect the rulemaking process is its ability to convince government officials in their favor. Interest groups influence government officials either by financial compensation or utilizing the large number of members. Longest, B.B. Jr. (2010). Health policymaking in the United States (5 th Ed.). Chicago: Health Administration press....
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