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Public Affairs PA-1 Small Farmers in Indiana These days it is tough going to be a small farmer. Equipment, labor, and supplies are all  very expensive. Making a substantial profit is feasible only if you own one of the huge  incorporated farms. The days of the small, family-owned farm seem to be numbered. A  group of farmers in southern Indiana have banded together to try to keep the smaller  farms "alive for as long as possible. They feel that special state property and sales tax  exemptions would be the key to help these farms survive. Some Indiana lawmakers have  said they will consider the farmers' proposal. For purposes of this exercise, assume that you represent the farmers. Outline your  lobbying plans for them in the following three areas:  1. Coalition building 2. Direct lobbying 3. Indirect (grassroots) lobbying Be specific. Use names of real organizations, members of the Indiana legislature, local  media outlets, community leaders, and so on. Use the RACE format for your overall  proposal. PA-2 Braille Books for Blind Children In the early 1920s, the national agency Braille Books for Blind Children (BBBC) was  started in an effort to open the world of learning and reading for blind children. Braille 
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course CAP 321 taught by Professor Professorwalz during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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