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Representation of Interests Matrix
Follow the instructions below to complete the matrix:
Identify, in the first column, a minimum of five interests that are affected by public policy decisions, one per row of the table. List, in the second column, any groups or organizations that support the interests you identified in column one. List, in the third column, any groups or organizations that oppose the interests you identified in column one. Identify classes or groups affected by policies related to the interests you identified in column one. Identify classes or groups who have an interest in the outcomes of policies related to the interests you identified in column one.
Interests affected by Public Policy
Groups and Organizations Supporting the Interest
Groups and Organizations Opposing the Interest
Classes or Groups Affected by the Interest
Classes or Groups Interested in Policy Outcomes
(MADD) The mission of mothers against drunk driving.
National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration and with the Law Enforcement community. (DAMM) is an organization founded by a group of responsible citizens who were astonished to learn how legislator and other groups that have created an entire DWI industry in there quest for government revenues. (VIP) Victim Impact Panels
The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse
National Minimum Drinking Age Act.
(AARP) They work to improve the quality of life for people age 50 and older and helps them with issues they face. The United Health Group and Optum Labs organization
60 Plus Organization is an conservative alternative to (AARP) (AMAC) The voice of Americans 50 and more Generation America
RWJF has partnered with AARP on the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action. It affects about 40 million Americans over the age of 50 including workers and retirees.
(NRA) The National Rifle Association.
Woman Warriors Pack which supports strong conservative woman which...
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