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    The first thing to understand is what is taking precedence on the public agenda. Nationally, educational policies encapsulate a myriad of subjects-school to prison pipeline, education gap, and the national push for post-secondary education. Nationally, education is a pressing topic on the legislative. Following the DeMarco strategic template for campaigning, an advocacy plan has been constructed. 1) Initial organizing of the campaign. As a lobbyist, the political terrain would be mapped to identify networks and coalitions; in Chicago, this would include: The Chicago Teacher’s Union, Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Illinois Collaboration on Youth, Illinois Partners for Human, Voices for Illinois Children, Alderman, and the Peace and Education Coalition. Secondly, donation solicitation would occur with established networks. As an incentive, coalition members would attain national recognition as supporters of this HB…

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    liability for leaving certain animals unattended in or removing certain individuals or animals from a motor vehicle. This act will allow a person to remove a vulnerable individual or a domestic animal from a vehicle without the fear of criminal prosecution or civil action. Also, SB 188 – Uresti – Relating to civil or criminal liability for transporting in, confining in, or removing from a motor vehicle certain animals, is very similar. There are two similar bills submitted in the House of…

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    The Difference Between the House and Senate In order to be in The House of Representative, you must be 25 years of age and also a U.S citizen for at least seven years. In order to become a Senator you must be 30 years of age , and been a U.S citizen for the past nine years . The election is usually held in November among the people in the U.S. The House is mainly 435 members and the Senate is 100 members , they both have odd number of people in there group. The House members usually…

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    Senate and the House. First, I strongly agree that congress should be in a way “reformed”. It irritates me when I turn to various news outlets, and hear how congress is just not working in our interest. Either how in the current session there’s a deadlock and nothing is getting done. Even worse is when there is a scandal, such as corruption. I…

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    Obesity has been a growing concern in most counties over the past decades. Obesity has made the astonishing jump from affecting 857 million to 2.1 billion people from the 1980’s to 2013 (The Lancet). The numbers of overweight and obese citizens is starting to become a norm in most societies around the world. The United States is one of the countries that are trying to decrease this growing concern. Where/who do individuals look for the source of this epidemic? There have been no countries in the…

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    have a lot of connections with the right wing nationalist organization, the Rising Peace Academy. Among them, the anime especially highlights a connection between a politician whose election poster resembles that of Abe Shinzo. Although the anime used Democratic Liberal Party for fictional name of the government party instead of the real name of Abe Shinzo’s government party, Liberal Democratic Party, the similarity between the two names demonstrates that the anime is clearly accusing both Abe…

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    throughout the week. 3. Describe at least 2 past, existing, and/or potential policy responses to this social problem. Consider the key players and stakeholders connected and involved. On January 17th, 2017, the Minnesota House Commerce Committee passed a bill to repeal the ban on Sunday alcohol sales in Minnesota. The bill passed with a 15-4 vote. It will go to the general register for debate by the entire house. The key players are the Minnesota House Commerce Committee and the full house.…

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    “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex,” reads the Equal Rights Amendment. Women in the United States of America did not have many rights before 1919. However, in the early 1920’s, the Equal Rights Amendment was created for the benefit of America’s women. The amendment was dedicated to equality for women, for equality to be included inside of the Constitution, and to support women’s rights. Even today, the Equal…

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    uses this to wrongly affect how the House of Representatives looks and is therefore destroying our democracy. Here is how it is done. In most states, the state legislature is the one in control of redistricting. Every 10 years, they get census data and use it to decide how to divide the state. It is not required for the state to redistrict, but most do. Government requires that the districts drawn must have an almost equal population and must not discriminate…

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    Amendment would not be an easy task! Obtaining votes from opposing Democrats would be a challenge. With rumors of the civil war ending soon, he had to work fast. If the war ended before the vote, it was unlikely the amendment would be passed. To his avail, on January 31, 1865, the House of Representatives voted to sign the Thirteenth Amendment. Lincoln, the movie, portrays the months…

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