The Disadvantages of Lobbying?

Answer A lobbyist is responsible for advancing the cause of his special interest group. Lobbyists play an important role, and they must be well informed, passionate, sociable and able to influence legisla... Read More »

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The Dangers of Lobbying?

Lobbying is a fact of life in the American political process, and it can have its benefits. For instance, it is often through lobbying that elected officials are educated about the nuances of compl... Read More »

Corporate Lobbying & Financial Performance?

Corporate lobbying in the U.S. generally has been found to improve a corporation's financial performance. The relationship is subject to empirical tracking due to the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 199... Read More »

Is money donated to lobbying efforts tax-deductible?

Contributions to lobbying activities and campaign contributions are not deductible on federal tax returns. Lobbying is any activity to directly influence public policy. Campaign contributions inclu... Read More »

The Disadvantages of a RN?

Nursing provides critical services in primary, acute and long term care, as well as public and at home services. Nurses also work in the military, with pharmacists and at firms providing electronic... Read More »