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DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write:   Date:  04/27/11 , Topic:  Lobbying 2) Next line, write “ Opener #49 ”...
Agenda 1)  Lobbying Introduction What you will be able to do: 1)  Know how to lobby Reminder 1)   Complete Podcast
Review 1)  Committee:  Small groups with in H + S, for  efficiency  +  experience .  1) Committee votes:  1/2+ 2) Floor vo...
2 )   Kinds of Incentives for Congressmembers : a) Money:  Need to run for re-election (2 or 6 yrs) (you a donor, party le...
Notes #49a , Title: “ Lobbying Notes ”   1)   Lobbying : Act of persuading Congress/CA leg a) Expert info , provide resear...
Special Interest Groups: Anyone can make one!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Journ #49a , Title “ Lobbying ” Work with partner ( include their name ), think of which lobbying tool from your Notes 49a...
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  Example of a to do list: 1)  Find   be...
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  1)  Find believers, train, collect dues
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  2)  Investigate candidates’ position o...
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  3)  Endorse candidates favorable to you
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  4)  Donate part of member dues to cand...
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  5)  Members campaign for the candidate
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  6)  After election, monitor if candida...
Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) :  Example of a to do list: 1)  Find   be...
Local   SIG  Local group of voters Seniors
 
 
Notes #49b , Title: “ Lobbying Notes ”   3)   Pork barreling : Passing laws that bring jobs to their community AND/OR SIGs...
 
CA High Speed Rail $40 Billion Dollar Project Price Tag
Boston Underground Freeway $20 Billion Dollar Project Total
 
 
Current Debt: $14 Trillion This Year’s Contribution : $1 Trillion Per Tax Payer Big Dig: $233 Per Tax Payer High Speed Rai...
Journ #49b , Title “ Making Earmarks and Riders ” Riders  can be  earmarks ,  earmarks  can be  riders , but not always.  ...
Journ #49b , “ Pork Barrel Debate ” 1)  Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write which you choose and  explain   why . 2...
Review  1)   House of Reps : 435 members, 2 year terms 2)   Senate : 100 members, 6 year terms 3)   Commiteees : Investiga...
Review All committee: votes:  1/2+ All floor votes:  1/2+ (60% to stop Senate  filibuster) Override presidential veto: 2/3...
Introduced in House or Senate by Mr. Chiang 1)  Speaker of the House or Senate Majority Leader will send it to committees....
Review-Congress a) Create new laws ( bill : not yet passed law)
Review-Congress b) Research new laws and monitor if the Executive Branch is enforcing old laws (hearings)
Review-Congress c) Help constituents/citizens (case work)
Journal #49d , Title “ Video: ” 1)  Copy Source Title:   A 2…)  Discuss questions on the board with a partner. Summarize y...
Homework:  1)  Study today’s notes + journal sections for  a possible journal quiz . 2)  Pick and listen to your  4 news p...
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  1. 1. DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 04/27/11 , Topic: Lobbying 2) Next line, write “ Opener #49 ” and then: 1) Write 1 high + 1 low in last 24 hours 2) Rate your understanding of yesterday: lost < 1-5 > too easy (3 is perfect) 3) Respond to the Opening Clip by writing at least 1 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Announcements: None
  2. 2. Agenda 1) Lobbying Introduction What you will be able to do: 1) Know how to lobby Reminder 1) Complete Podcast
  3. 3. Review 1) Committee: Small groups with in H + S, for efficiency + experience . 1) Committee votes: 1/2+ 2) Floor votes: 1/2+ (If a Senate filibuster, 60+ for S) 3) Other chamber: (H or S) 4) Conference Comm: Works out differences, then both floors vote again (1/2+) 5) Pres Signs or Override Veto: 2/3 H + S
  4. 4. 2 ) Kinds of Incentives for Congressmembers : a) Money: Need to run for re-election (2 or 6 yrs) (you a donor, party leadership money, + president star power all sources) b) President: Veto your bills (2/3 vote to override) pres/exec branch can not be helpful, pres can campaign for you/against you, not invite to parties c) Media: Need to not look bad to voters d) Beliefs: Personal desire to do what’s right e) Voter Demands: Voter input in visits to office, letters, phones, emails, and faxes REMEMBER GOVT WORKS FOR YOU!
  5. 5. Notes #49a , Title: “ Lobbying Notes ” 1) Lobbying : Act of persuading Congress/CA leg a) Expert info , provide research (think tanks) b) Donate money (if SIG donates, it’s a PAC) c) Using the media (letters to the editor, press release, rallies, protest, other attention getters) d) Campaigning for or against them either with them or independently (talk to voters, mail ads) e) Sue in court to pressure Congress 2) Buckley v Valeo (1976) : Court states political speech is the most protected, money=speech ANYONE CAN DONATE OR SPEND ON CAMPAIGNS, THOSE WHO DO HAVE POWER! THOSE WHO BUNDLE EVEN MORE POWER!
  6. 6. Special Interest Groups: Anyone can make one!
  7. 16. Journ #49a , Title “ Lobbying ” Work with partner ( include their name ), think of which lobbying tool from your Notes 49a, 1a-e is BEST and WORST (many SIGs use every method): 1) College student marijuana group 2) Coalition of cell phone service companies 3) Statewide gay rights group 4) Nationwide global warming group 5) For a teen political special interest group, which methods can teens best utilize? .
  8. 17. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : Example of a to do list: 1) Find believers, train, collect dues 2) Investigate candidates’ position on your cause 3) Endorse candidates favorable to you 4) Donate part of member dues to candidate (PAC) 5) Members campaign for the candidate 6) After election, monitor if candidate defends your cause, otherwise, support other in next election (score their performance, like a grading system) 1) Name + Logo (make it appealing) 2) Mission 3) To do list ( Where? What? ) of what your SIG will have them do, example above, see notes 1)
  9. 18. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : 1) Find believers, train, collect dues
  10. 19. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : 2) Investigate candidates’ position on your cause
  11. 20. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : 3) Endorse candidates favorable to you
  12. 21. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : 4) Donate part of member dues to candidate (PAC)
  13. 22. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : 5) Members campaign for the candidate
  14. 23. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : 6) After election, monitor if candidate defends your cause, otherwise, support other in next election (score their performance, like a grading system)
  15. 24. Separate Peace of Paper: Create a SIG Make Your Own Special Interest Group (SIG) : Example of a to do list: 1) Find believers, train, collect dues 2) Investigate candidates’ position on your cause 3) Endorse candidates favorable to you 4) Donate part of member dues to candidate (PAC) 5) Members campaign for the candidate 6) After election, monitor if candidate defends your cause, otherwise, support other in next election (score their performance, like a grading system) 1) Name + Logo (make it appealing) 2) Mission 3) To do list ( Where? What? ) of what your SIG will have them do, example above, see notes 1)
  16. 25. Local SIG Local group of voters Seniors
  17. 28. Notes #49b , Title: “ Lobbying Notes ” 3) Pork barreling : Passing laws that bring jobs to their community AND/OR SIGs a) Earmarks : Adding wording to a bill for spending on a very specific item. b) Riders : Adding something to a bill that has nothing to do with bill (earmarks can be riders)
  18. 30. CA High Speed Rail $40 Billion Dollar Project Price Tag
  19. 31. Boston Underground Freeway $20 Billion Dollar Project Total
  20. 34. Current Debt: $14 Trillion This Year’s Contribution : $1 Trillion Per Tax Payer Big Dig: $233 Per Tax Payer High Speed Rail: $266
  21. 35. Journ #49b , Title “ Making Earmarks and Riders ” Riders can be earmarks , earmarks can be riders , but not always. Rider (off topic) isn’t related to the main content of the bill, earmarks ($) sometimes are related, sometimes aren’t. Work with partner ( include their name ): 1) Create a earmark (think of something in Cupertino you want Honda to spend federal tax money on ( pork spending ). 2) Create a rider to the education bill we will write tomorrow that has NOTHING to do with education .
  22. 36. Journ #49b , “ Pork Barrel Debate ” 1) Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write which you choose and explain why . 2) Then write down what your partner thinks ( include their name at the end ). 1 2 3 4 5 <ul><li>CON: Honda should make sure the country overall is better off </li></ul><ul><li>Our rep defends the country </li></ul><ul><li>2) If we spend like this, we’ll go deeper into debt </li></ul>PRO: Honda’s job is to bring home pork to Cupertino 1) We elect a local rep to defend local needs 2) If we don’t fight for federal tax money to be used here, other ppl will take it all for their places
  23. 37. Review 1) House of Reps : 435 members, 2 year terms 2) Senate : 100 members, 6 year terms 3) Commiteees : Investigate and edit bills + problems 4) Committee Chairpersons : Set com. schedule 5) Speaker of the House/Senate Majority Leader : Picks committees and sends bills to committee: goal is to keep party disciplined 6) Committee Vote : Over 1/2 7) Floor Vote : Over 1/2 8) Filibuster : Senator’s power to delay a bill to death 9) Cloture : 60 votes to stop filibuster 10) Veto : President kills the bill 11) Veto Override : 2/3 to override presidential veto 12) Earmarks : Bill wording that specifices spending 13) Riders : Adding to a bill something off topic
  24. 38. Review All committee: votes: 1/2+ All floor votes: 1/2+ (60% to stop Senate filibuster) Override presidential veto: 2/3 of HoR + S
  25. 39. Introduced in House or Senate by Mr. Chiang 1) Speaker of the House or Senate Majority Leader will send it to committees. The Whip will deliver it. 2) Committee Chairman will priorities bills and lead committee discussion and write down committee edits. 3) Chairman holds Committee Votes ( 1/2+) 4) Send to Any Other Committee Listed. In House, Rules Committee is the Last Place Before a Floor Vote 5) Bills Ready for the Floor are Sent to Speaker of the House or Senate Majority Leader 6) Floor Debate (In Senate, Senators Can Attempt Filibusters, 60% to Stop ) 7) Floor Vote ( 1/2+) 8) Sent to Other Chamber ( Steps 1-7 again ) 9) Conference Committee Works Out Differences (skip in simulation) 10) President Signs or Congress Attempts Override ( 2/3 )
  26. 40. Review-Congress a) Create new laws ( bill : not yet passed law)
  27. 41. Review-Congress b) Research new laws and monitor if the Executive Branch is enforcing old laws (hearings)
  28. 42. Review-Congress c) Help constituents/citizens (case work)
  29. 43. Journal #49d , Title “ Video: ” 1) Copy Source Title: A 2…) Discuss questions on the board with a partner. Summarize your discussion ( include their name at the end ). Remember participation points are deducted if off task. 5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Journal Sections Time Bookmark: 00:00
  30. 44. Homework: 1) Study today’s notes + journal sections for a possible journal quiz . 2) Pick and listen to your 4 news podcast by next Monday. Journal Check: If your name is called, drop off your journal with Mr. Chiang ( if requested, points lost if your journal is not turned in )
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