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They use a number of different methods to promote the action they seek. They argue in support of bills they favor and against bills they oppose. They place adds in the mass media, promise to help government officials. Lobbyists sometimes urge local groups and individuals to send letters to public officials.

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Q: How do lobbyists try to influence government and public opinion?
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