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    The Law and Decision Making Processes

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    Assume a person wishes to convince their state legislators that a particular law needs to be enacted. Discuss the three aspects of the decision process (planned redundancy, disjointed decision-making, and communication styles) and how this person would best utilize these three parts to maximize the possibility of having this law enacted.

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    If a person wants to convince state legislators that a particular law needs to be enacted, he will use planned redundancy to persuade the state legislator. He will show the legislator that one existing law is obsolete. He will persuade the legislator that an existing law has a limited useful life and it must be replaced with the new law that he wants to be enacted. He will propose the new law as a replacement for an existing law. He will show that the old law is obsolete, archaic, and outmoded. Since the old law is ...

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    This solution explains decision making in the context of law making. The three aspects of the decision process are discussed and how a person can best utilize these three parts of maximize the possibility of having a law enacted. The sources used are also included in the solution.

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