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POLS 210 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT I FULL COURSE LATEST Visit Below Link, To Download This Course: Or Email us on [email protected] POLS 210 American Government I Full Course Latest POLS210 POLS210 American Government I POLS 210 Week 1 Forum 1 Latest Which provisions in the Constitution give the federal government power to create, regulate, and mandate healthcare policies and according to whom? Provide a news article or a congressional bill from the last four weeks to illustrate government actions in the policy area. POLS 210 Week 1 Forum 2 Latest Even though constitutional amendments are rare, there’s often talk in America about changing the Constitution. Search recent news articles from the last two months and report on a story about an effort to amend the Constitution. Be sure to explain why an amendment would be needed rather than just a basic change in federal law. POLS 210 Week 2 Forum 1 Latest What influence does public opinion have on health care policy? Provide a recent (last eight weeks) poll or news article on healthcare policy illustrating the power of public opinion to affect policy. POLS 210 Week 2 Forum 2 Latest AFTER reading the Lesson 2 readings this week, which address numerous historical political campaigns, please answer the following question. Using concepts and terms from the readings, compare and contrast the 2004 and 2012 presidential election campaign tactics by reviewing one Democratic ad and one Republican ad from each election (four ads overall).
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Remember to analyze the ads. Don’t simply describe them. (Because you will link to your ads, the rest of us can see for ourselves what they looked like). Leave out personal opinions, and stick to facts and concepts in the readings, which also should be cited where appropriate. Optional: Predictions for 2016? Here are some web sources which you might want to consult: Optional (ungraded): Feel free to test your own political orientation (liberal, conservative, libertarian, populist) with this online survey. If so inclined, feel free to share your results. The site is: POLS 210 Week 3 Forum 1 Latest Evaluate from the last two months congressional actions on the economy. Find a recent news article explaining a bill, vote, action, or inaction by Congress, and explain how it’s allowable under the powers granted to them in the Constitution. POLS 210 Week 3 Forum 2 Latest Using a current bill, illustrate how a bill becomes a law in the federal government. Discuss how which steps the bill has already passed, and then explain which steps it has left to become a law. Please use the link below.
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