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

Divided Government. Executive Orders. Court Challenges. Congressional Oversight. Presidential Tweets. Regulatory Rollback. Campaign Finance. Foreign Agents. Are the rules of policymaking changing? Has anything been getting done anymore? (Hint, yes, more than the headlines suggest and on a bipartisan basis.) In this class, students will learn advocacy and strategy tools needed to participate effectively in the legislative and regulatory policymaking process. We will filter out the noise, and examine the practical aspects and complex intricacies of policy development at the federal level, using current and rapidly evolving topics as examples, while also drawing on historical precedents
Terms: Spr | Units: 5 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: Eskin, A. (PI)
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