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How does lobbying work in government?

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Lobbying is the process by which special interest groups attempt to influence public policy by creating advertisements or paying politicians large sums of money to support their pet issues. Lobbyists in Washington are generally very closely connected to members of Congress because they previously worked as Congressional staffers and in some cases, were members of Congress themselves. Wealthy lobbies, such as the National Rifle Association (NRA), can hire lawyers on their behalf to forward their policies to Congressmen and Senators. ...

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