Lobbying the process of influencing public and government policy at all levels federal state and local lobbying involves the advocacy of an interest that is affected actually or potentially by the decisions of government leaders. Lobbying is often misinterpreted or criticized as bribery which it is not lobbying is a practice performed by either individuals or organizations whereby public campaigns which are legally . Lobbying in the united states describes paid activity in which special interests hire well connected professional advocates often lawyers to argue for specific legislation in decision making bodies such as the united states congressit is a highly controversial phenomenon often seen in a negative light by journalists and the american public with some critics describing it as a legal form . Lobbying still happened but a number of states made lobbying a criminal offense and the federal government banned some forms of lobbying this all happened without legal challenge as the courts viewed lobbying as incompatible with the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. In most democratic governments lobbying is legal and probably desirable in america there is a special bonus twist on things where campaign finance and the election cycle synergize with it to make lobbying extra effective if it is backed by lots of money
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