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Money vs Voices of Elected Representatives

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How much influence should Lobby groups such as the American Medical Association have on Public Health Policy? I need to consider money versus voice of elected representatives.

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Lobby groups such as the American Medical Association should have little influence on Public Health Policy. The lobbyist represents bodies that have the most money. These lobbyists use money to influence the outcomes of elections to results that do not favor the majority (public). Further, lobbyists interfere with the legislator's ability to make fair decisions. Lobbyists are bidders who pay for political influence. They have regularly been associated with scandals and unscrupulous ...

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This solution explains money power vs the power of public and harmful effects of lobbying. The sources used are also included in the solution. 270 words.

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