Lobbying

In politics, lobbying, persuasion, or interest representation is the act of lawfully attempting to influence the actions, policies, or decisions of government officials, most often legislators or members of regulatory agencies. Lobbying, which usually involves direct, face-to-face contact, is done by many types of people, associations and organized groups, including individuals in the private sector, corporations, fellow legislators or government officials, or advocacy groups (interest groups). Lobbyists may be among a legislator's constituencies, meaning a voter or bloc of voters within their electoral district; they may engage in lobbying as a business. Professional lobbyists are people whose business is trying …

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AEI: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research · 8 July 2024

POHs to counterbalance these consolidation trends as market entrants and innovators, and how, after lobbying by incumbent hospitals and health systems, POHs faced regulatory pushback culminating in a federal


CAPS: Centre for Air Power Studies · 2 July 2024 English

The sense sense of growing crisis is further raising awareness of of growing crisis is further strengthened by the development of current dangers, especially strengthened by the opposing camps, with …

nuclear weapons rose by companies spent $118 million lobbying $10.8 billion between 2022 and 2023 with 80% governments


MP-IDSA: Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses · 2 July 2024 English

During the proceedings, Dogal confirmed Khurshid’s detention The ugly face of India will be exposed by the military, leading to the closure of to the world, we will continue to …

the recent violent protests, the in political lobbying to influence ‘Azad Jammu and Kashmir’ (AJK) policies


The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment · 27 June 2024 English

The report provides an analysis of climate change litigation trends as of 2024, focusing on the increase in cases, the geographical spread, and the key actors involved. The conclusions highlight …

courts. These efforts will be carried out by NGOs lobbying or pressurising legislators and policymakers


Cato Institute · 26 June 2024 English

Hayek: A Life is the first volume of a definitive biography of one of the last century's most important thinkers, co- authored by Bruce Caldwell, the general editor of Friedrich …

reflected the American Medical Associ- ation’s lobbying to restrict the number of slots in med- ical


Cato Institute · 26 June 2024 English

Matt Zwolinski and Miranda Perry Fleischer's Universal Basic Income lives up to its subtitle, What Everyone Needs to Know--or nearly. In 66 short chapters, the book provides a trove of …

reflected the American Medical Associ- ation’s lobbying to restrict the number of slots in med- ical


EU: European Union · 26 June 2024 English

corruption, considers the adoption of a law regulating lobbying (in line with European standards) and the consistent


Cato Institute · 26 June 2024 English

Ban the Box A recurring topic in Working Papers is criminal justice policy innovation. The goal of these policies is to reduce the negative effects of incarceration on subsequent employment. …

reflected the American Medical Associ- ation’s lobbying to restrict the number of slots in med- ical


Cato Institute · 26 June 2024 English

II cast my first vote at age 18 in 1997, voting "yes" on a proposal to spend government money on a stadium for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew. I did …

reflected the American Medical Associ- ation’s lobbying to restrict the number of slots in med- ical


Cato Institute · 26 June 2024 English

Fans of economist Milton Friedman--of whom I'm one--should count themselves lucky that Stanford historian Jennifer Burns has written a detailed biography of him. Based on intensive archival research that only …

reflected the American Medical Associ- ation’s lobbying to restrict the number of slots in med- ical


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