Top Ten Tips for Working with Legislators. Wisconsin State Prevention Conference 16 June 2011 Kathy Farnsworth, Policy Coordinator Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program. Top Ten Tips.
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“Ideally, policymakers would behave perfectly rationally. The would frame questions accurately, obtain all necessary information, discuss the problem with interested parties, and weigh all factors carefully when making a wise and fair decision. But in real life, this is more the exception than the rule.”
Gustafson, David H., Cats-Baril, William L., and Alemi, Farrokh. 1992. Systems to Support Health Policy Analysis: Theory, Models and Uses. Ann Arbor, MI: Health Administration Press
“If lawmakers and administrators are unwise or uninformed, the laws and regulations they make can demoralize and destroy an industry or profession and deny services to society. On the other hand, when laws and regulations are well thought out and intelligently applied, they can stimulate growth and improve services to the public.”
Campbell, Charles O., “Government Relations”, Principles of Association Management