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Political parties, interest groups, and the media all provide a way for government officials to hide waste and corruption candidates to get elected into civil service careers individuals to
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User: Political parties, interest groups, and the media all provide a way for government officials to hide waste and corruption candidates to get elected into civil service careers individuals to monitor and influence government leaders in government to take additional powers

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Expert answered|Micharnaezz|Points 60|

User: From the list below, the most direct way an individual can influence public policy is to....? A.)sign up for an interest group B.)belong to a political party C.) vote on proposed laws D.)organize a fundraiser

Weegy: The answer is A.)sign up for an interest group
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