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Lobbyist: Molding Public Perception

Students take the role of a professional lobbyist, who has been contacted by organizations that represent both sides of an issue in regard to the Youth Criminal Justice Act – one advocating for harsher penalties and one advocating for greater opportunities for rehabilitation. Students decide which organization they would like to represent and create a presentation for the board of directors.

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