|The Law and Public Policy|
At every level of government, laws are passed in order to implement a public policy. In fact, almost every law in the country enforces some public policy or provides for some kind of public service. From requiring immunizations and setting speed limits to limiting sales of firearms and restricting the sale of drugs and alcohol, laws are intended to serve the greater good by promulgating and/or implementing public policies. In this Assignment, you analyze specific implications of public policy on laws/regulations. The Law and Public Policy.
For this Assignment, review the Learning Resources. Here is an additional reference for researching issues:
Reflect on a contemporary issue that has sparked controversy or generated much debate in your community or at a national level. Historical examples include gay marriage, gun control, tobacco regulation, and healthcare coverage.
Here are Great references for researching issues and developing inspiration:
Consider what social, cultural, political, environmental, and economic factors influence any laws or policies surrounding those three issues. Think about the purpose and process of policymaking and the impact of laws on the daily lives of citizens.
For the Discussion:
Select one issue
Support your Discussion with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. Use correct APA formatting for all resources
With these thoughts in mind:
Post a brief description of the accountability issue in the example you selected. Explain the challenges associated with the increasing emphasis on accountability in public administration as it relates to the example you selected.
validate using an example with your own experience or sharing an insight from your posting.
Support your postings with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. Use correct APA formatting for all resources.
Review Chapter 2, “The Political and Cultural Environment of Public Policy and Its Administration”
Jost, K. (2013). Gay marriage: Will the Supreme Court end curbs on same-sex unions? CQ Researcher, 23(11), 257−280.
Lynn, L. E. (2009). Restoring the rule of law to public administration: What Frank Goodnow got right and Leonard White didn’t. Public Administration Review, 69(5), 803−813.
Mantel, B. (2013). Gun control: Should lawmakers tighten firearm restrictions? CQ Researcher, 23(10), 233−256.
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