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Interest Group Influence on Policy

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Two ways in which interest groups try to influence public policy are

A

submitting amicus curiae briefs to the courts and making financial contributions to Supreme Court justices.

B

grassroots campaigning and organizing political party activities.

C

making contributions to media companies and making donations to political parties.

D

hiring lobbyists and running candidates for office.

E

telling their members how to vote and raising money to be spent on political purposes.