$35.00 Interview with a Social Service Lobbyist
Interview a Social Services Lobbyist. Have an interview with a social service lobbyist in your State Legislature, Colorado. Ask 1-How is their position as a lobbyist affect social policy changes? 2-How are dollars for human services acquired? What role do they play? 3-Does the interviewee see his or her role as a policy changer or funding advocate? Why? 4-What is the future for human services? Will we fund more or less to those in need? 5-Can we have client advocacy, a forum for conflict resolution, and agents for policy change without competing for limited dollars and resources? Why or why not? What do you see as the most vital function?
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Preview: ... ncealed weapon just as they can carry it in the open. So what’s the difference? To me the difference is just trust, and the government saying, you know, “We are not imposing, artificially, a restriction on you, that the reason you can’t carry it is because you can’t carry it concealed.” It’s sort of an easy decision to make, as a legislator. Some of the other things that have been going on up here at the Legislature that are new to me is just the focus on, each vote sets long-term public policy. So whenever we’re making a decision on these, sometimes we have to vote for them or against them for what they will do long-term, rather than just looking at this particular bill benefits this group right now. You have to look at what the bill is going to do and say, “Is this setting a precedent? Is this setting policy? Is this telling future generations of ci ...
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