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Lobbying – the act of attempting to influence the actions.docx

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Lobbying the act of attempting to influence the actions, policies, or decisions of officials in their daily life, most often legislatorsor members of regulatory agencies. It is a central component of most representation and informational strategies (Baron, 2013, p.220) Moreover, it is considered as strategic communication of politically relevant information to government officeholder. It is used by many types of people, different associations and interest groups including individuals in the private sector, corporations, legislators, government officials or interest groups. It requires access and can be obtained through constituency connection, campaign contributions and personal relationships (Baron 2012, p.220). Lobbying is very important because there are lots of bills taken in consideration. That is whether the Congress will accept it or not. It serves as a guide on political support and opposition of a bill that is likely to received. It coveys two type of information- technical and political. Technical information are the data and predictions about the possible consequences of a

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