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SIW 156: Washington Policymaking: A New Era? Advocacy and Strategy at the Federal Level

Executive Orders. Court challenges. Repeal and replace. Presidential tweets. Regulatory rollback. Tax reform. Senate filibusters. Government leaks. Republican factions. Immigration reform. CBO scoring. Congressional investigations. How do these all fit together? Are the rules of the policymaking game changing? In this class, we will examine the practical aspects and complex intricacies of policy development at the federal level. We will use current and rapidly evolving topics as examples, while also drawing on historical policymaking precedents. A central objective is to help prepare students to better understand and participate in the policymaking process.
Terms: Aut, Spr | Units: 5 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: Eskin, A. (PI)
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