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NAPHSIS 2013 Annual Meeting BASIC ADVOCACY | STATE LOBBYING
INTERN - STATE POLITICAL PARTY PRIVATE CONSULTING FIRM AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WORK HISTORY
WHY DO I DO IT? LOBBYING
MISSION DRIVEN LIKE STRATEGY CHANGING ENVIRONMENT QUIET INFLUENCE
3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE JUDICIAL EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT 101
LOBBYISTS EVERYWHERE National Football League Theatre Owners Association Self Storage Association Cattle Feeders Cattle Growers National Elevator Industry AZ Pork Council
LOBBYIST LOVE QUASI-EXPERT POLITICAL EXPERT HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE LOBBY THE LOBBYIST
LIAISON vs LOBBYIST EXPERTS | EXPERTS PROVIDE FACTS | SINGLE SIDE AGENCY | MULTIPLE INTERESTS FACILITATE STAKEHOLDERS | STAKEHOLDER
SESSION BASICS WHEN OUR GOVERNMENT MAKES LAWS
DIFFERENT STATES EVERY YEAR vs. EVERY OTHER YEAR SHORT SESSIONS, BUDGET SESSIONS 100 DAYS, 120 DAYS, 60 DAYS TWO YEAR BUDGETS vs. ONE YEAR
DEADLINES INTRODUCTION OF BILLS HEARINGS SWITCH WEEKS LEGAL TIME FRAMES POLITICAL TIMEFRAMES
REMEMBER THIS LIMITED TIME MULTIPLE PATHS TO SUCCESS RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN MULTI-YEAR PROCESS
WHO ARE THEY OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS
WHO ARE THEY RACE ARIZONAU.S.
WHO ARE THEY GENDER U.S.ARIZONA
WHO ARE THEY AGE U.S.ARIZONA
WHO ARE THEY RELIGION U.S.ARIZONA
WHO ARE THEY EDUCATION U.S.ARIZONA
WHY DO I CARE PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE APPLY FILTERS APPLY IDEOLOGY APPLY EXPERIENCE APPLY THEIR DISTRICT
HOW TO PASS BILLS THE #1 WAY TO HAVE SUCCESS
PUBLIC PERCEPTION LAWMAKERS ALWAYS ARGUE SYSTEM PARALYSIS CONSTANT FIGHTING NO FOCUS SELF SERVING
DIFFERENT REALITY 1200 BILLS INTRODUCED ANNUALLY 350 PASS FEW OUTLIERS
LEGISLATIVE MAKEUP ARIZONA
AZ BREAKDOWN /362 BILLS RECEIVED LESS THAN 66% SUPPORT
AZ BREAKDOWN /160 BILLS RECEIVED LESS THAN 59% SUPPORT
KEY = CONSENSUS
HOW TO: CONSENSUS ID STAKEHOLDERS USE INTERIM BE EARLY GIVE THE RIGHT WAY
REMEMBER THIS USUALLY ABOUT $$ BIG PICTURE BABY STEPS RESOLVE CONFLICT
MODEL LEGISLATION MAKE IT FIT DO RESEARCH BE EARLY LOOK FOR CONFLICTS
COLBY BOWER FIND ME: LINKEDIN
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