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Part of the program's action plan and creates a clear vision of the big issue that the program is addressing?

Agenda

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What are the five key questions?

What action will solve the health problem, who needs to take action, what does your audience need to hear, whom does your audience need to hear the message from, and what actions will you use to make your point

3

What was founded by Cindy Lightner after her daughter was killed by a drunk driver? Used a media advocacy campaign to educate the public about the dangers of drunk driving

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

4

Is known as the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and founded in 1938 by president Franklin d Roosevelt and began a campaign to collect money toward research to find a cure for polio. It works in the areas of research, education, community service, and advocacy.

The March Of Dimes

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What mandates nutrition Labels on packaged food?

Nutrition Labeling and Education

6

Advocating for or against bills, ordinances, and laws.

Legislative advocacy

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What typically pass ordinances, which are enforced within the confines of the city?

Municipalities

8

The process by which individuals or groups attempt to bring about social or organizational change on behalf of a particular health goal, or program?

Advocacy

9

Legislation that designates or appropriates funding to a program

Appropriations

10

Legislation that sets policies or programs?

Authorizations

11

Communication with a legislator or a member of a legislator's staff that gives a viewpoint on a specific piece of legislation

Direct lobbying

12

Persuasion of voters in a political campaign

Electioneering

13

Any attempt to indirectly influence legislators by motivating members of the public to express specific vowed to legislators and legislative aides.

Grassroots lobbying

14

A local, state, or federal bill has been passed by a legislative process

Law

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An individual hired to represent the legislative interests of an organization.

Lobbyist

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.Strategic use of news media and when appropriate, paid advertising to support community organizing to advance a public policy initiative

Media advocacy

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A statute or regulation, usually enacted by a city government

Ordinance