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Q: What did the NAACP lobbying efforts influence the House of Representatives to pass in 1922?
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How does a corporation go about lobbying the federal government to change anti-dumping tariffs?

Below is a legal description of the activity of "lobbying." It is a vast and broad subject area and cannot be addressed in specifics on this site. For more specific information you must conduct your OWN research. "Lobbying is a form of advocacy by individuals with an intention to influencing decisions made by legislators and officials in the government. Lobbying is an activity conducted and targeted against the senate and the house of representatives and also the state legislatures. In lobbying a person called the lobbyist attempts to influence legislators on behalf of a specific interest."


What are representatives of interest groups that work on influence congress?

Representatives.. I think. That or Senators.


Is the president in charge of the house of representatives?

No. The President has no direct control over the House and currently has little influence on it.


Why is the house of representatives favored by the larger states?

The House of Representatives is favored by larger states because the number of representatives in the House for each state is decided by the states' population. This means that larger states have more representatives. Therefore, they will have more votes and a bigger influence.


What official chairs the proceedings of the U.S house of representatives?

The Speaker of the House chairs the proceedings of the U.S. House of Representatives. This is an elected position and the speaker is usually the leader of the majority party in the House. The speaker has significant influence over the legislative agenda and the functioning of the House.


Why do larger states favor the house of representives?

The House of Representatives gives the larger populated states more influence over legislation. The number of representatives per state are chosen based on the states population, so a state like California has far more representatives (thus more influence) than a state like Kansas.


What exerts the most influence over the policies and actions of Japan's house of representatives?

liberal democratic party


What does prolonged lobbying mean?

Its means the outside of a house.


What is meant by the term lobbying?

Lobbying is basically paying politicians to make government policy in favor of the lobbyist. Big corporations are usually the ones who lobby. A good example of lobbying is the CISPA bill that has recently passed the House of Representatives. Hollywood interests, the RIAA, and the MPAA are lobbying congress to stop piracy. However, CISPA does more than just stop piracy, and should be opposed. Usually, when corporations lobby, it isn't good for the working, and middle classes (Main Street).


How many representatives can be found in the house of Representatives?

There are 435 representatives in the House of Representatives.


Why does the house of representatives have 110 state representatives?

There are 435 representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives.


How many members are in the Michigan House of Representatives?

There are 15 Michigan Representatives in the US House of Representatives. There are 110 Representatives in the Michigan House of Representatives.