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Unformatted text preview: Question 4. Discuss rule making include the role of interest groups in rule-making in your response. After Congress has enacted a law, authorization is given to the executive branch to develop rules for the new law, while overseeing the process the Congress can decide that the rules must be changed or adjusted. Rule-making has its own set of rules and policies that must be followed. Any proposed rules are published. The proposals allow people to actively participate in the process before the final rules are in place. The proposed rules become a draft of rules for the new law until the final rules are decided and prompt interest groups to participate in negotiations of the new rules or to support them. This process allows the individuals and organizations to help shape the new rules Works Cited Longest Jr, B. B. (2010). Health Policy Making In the United States, 5th ed. Chicago: Health Administration Press....
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