Lobbying: A Case Study

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Lobbying is the technical and political strategic way to seek to influence on an issue. Lobbying has been regulated since 1938 through the Foreign Lobbying Act and later enhanced by the 1946 Federal Regulation of Lobbying Act which is a statute enacted by the United States Congress to reduce the influence of lobbyists. However, the primary purpose of the act was to provide information to members of Congress of those who lobby them. In1995, the Act was repealed by the Lobbying Disclosure Act.

To have a strategic and disciplined effective lobbying of any issues, you must recruit the agenda and, then build the support needed for nonmarket issues. Management is responsible for strategic formulating and further on assistance can be implemented