The first parties were the Democratic-Republican party and the Federalist party.
how have political action committees invested their money?
lobbyists frequently invite lawmakers to restaurants or other forms of entertainment
lobbyists represent individuals and organizations on issues that major political parties might not address
the government forbids television stations from broadcasting shows that contain profanity
the government outlaws speech that encourages citizens to commit crimes
increasing citizens' in politics by encouraging them to see opposing parties as the enemy
making voting simpler by indicating what positions candidates associated with the party are likely to late
motivating citizens to take action on political issues
campaign finance laws
encouraging voter registration at the local level
encouraging citizens to file lawsuits against other parties
recruiting volunteers to assist with party activities
selecting and supporting candidates who run for elected office
encouraging citizens to vote
Passing a new law about endangered species.
terrorism became a priority of u.s. foreign policy
congress passed the USA PATRIOT Act, giving broad new powers to the executive branch
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b Increases in campaign finance regulation followed by a loosening of restrictions
Answer this question… Both houses work on spending bills based on the president's budget.
The United Nations
starting a new business
interest groups can establish regular or nonconnected PACs
Institution of slavery
lobbyists are required to pay registration fees for any meeting with a legislator