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Essay 1: Choose a public policy problem or issue that you know something about o

Essay 1: Choose a public policy problem or issue that you know something about or have some understanding of. Think about how this public policy problem or issue is affected by federalism and briefly describe these effects. Do you think that the issue you chose is best solved/directed at the federal level or are there policy prescriptions that are best suited for a state/local response? Explain your reasoning. If you are unable to come up with a policy area/idea on…

Assume the role of an analyst for a government relations firm with clients acros

Assume the role of an analyst for a government relations firm with clients across the political spectrum. Provide an overview and analysis that anticipates the impact of reapportionment in 2021 on the 2022 mid-term elections for Congress and the state legislatures. Your analysis will require you to take into account of the outcome of the 2020 elections in the states. Discuss what impact redistricting when taken together in all the states combined will have on public policy outcomes throughout the…

This paper will focus on poverty among lesbians in the United States and if the

This paper will focus on poverty among lesbians in the United States and if the TANF program is effective in serving them. This paper previously focused on poverty among the LGBTQ+ community as a whole but it needs to be edited and rewrote to reflect research on the lesbian population specifically and how the TANF program affects them. Previous instructions which paper is based off of: Analyze the social problem (about 3 pages): 1. What? Define the problem: Thoroughly define…

read Eric Eyre’s Death in Mud Lick and write a five-page paper on it.  This pape

read Eric Eyre’s Death in Mud Lick and write a five-page paper on it.  This paper will address four elements of the course:  policy, management, leadership and accountability challenges.  While the topics in Mud Lick are jarring and the emotional impact is raw, the descriptions and analyses offer opportunities for students of public policy to take an integrated view of the total policy process and its real impact on individual lives and the public interest.  The paper will: 1.  Briefly…

Use the following CRITERIA FRAMEWORK to assess the city of New Orleans’s resilie

Use the following CRITERIA FRAMEWORK to assess the city of New Orleans's resilience related infrastructure ( building a sea defense wall/Levees) as a result of the past Hurricane Katrina: (1)Health & wellbeing (2)Economy and society (3)Infrastructure and environment (3)Leadership and strategy Please read these publications to get more insight into the requirements of the paper and what to write. Thanks! https://www.researchgate.net/publication/306016491_Urban_Resilience_Assessment_Multiple_Dimensions_Criteria_and_Indicators https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263247712_Major_principles_and_criteria_for_development_of_an_urban_resilience_assessment_index

In 2006, long–time Maryland State Senator Ida Ruben was challenged in her pursui

In 2006, long–time Maryland State Senator Ida Ruben was challenged in her pursuit of the Democratic nomination for the Maryland State Senate in the Democratic primary by Jamie Raskin, a political activist and lawyer. Ida and Jamie represented two different generations of Maryland residents and lived in two different adjoining counties. It was a hard–fought and sometimes tempestuous battle for the nomination which Jamie eventually won. And, in this overwhelmingly Democratic district, winning the Democratic Party nomination virtually assures victory…

Provide one proposal or reform in the area of voting or election administration.

Provide one proposal or reform in the area of voting or election administration. Explain what it is that you are trying to accomplish. What are you trying to fix or change? Your proposal should include the alternative to the rule or law you want changed. You are free to develop your own reform, but you also are free to rely on proposals made by others. If the latter, you must cite the source and still explain how it addresses your…