Through its campaign, it seeks to streamline various legislative requirements by the federal constitution on the old people. It seeks to campaign on various programs within the law making process in which case they can be provided with the national security, empowerment in their old age activities and protection measures for their lives. Either, their campaign is instituted in the government taxing system of their income where the low income earners enjoy legislative tax exemptions.
It has a litigation staff with which it seeks protections of the legal rights and requirements of them as compromised by the federal legislation. It also monitors the political will so that any political governance is spearheaded by the zeal to provide adequate machinery into the running of the state machinery. Through its campaign tool, it has been able to fundamentally influence the congress legal structure which compromises the social changes and development within the American society.
Various government laws have been superimposed above new creation and models following the broad voicing of the AARP. (Strussen, Samuels, 2004) The National Association of Manufacturers whose foundation is dated back in 1895, is an interest group allied to giving shape to the congress legislative structure and the regulatory conditions which affect the status of the manufactures within the US. It was developed as a refuge of the thrilling legislative requirements which were pronounced by the congress requiring the manufactures to abide by coherently discretional rules.
Some of the rules only acted as a chief source of operational losses and uneconomical state of the manufacturing within the US. It has acted as a lobby group putting forward many issues about the manufacturing industry to the federal legislation. (Hay, 2001) Through its lobbying foundations, it has been able to provide a better legal foundation for the commercial legislation about the manufacturing industry. Its membership includes more than 14000 companies across the United States.
It campaigns for an upright in the interest of the state manufactures that are affected differently by the legislative and political structure of the US. Through its lobbying activity, it fights for adequacy in the state commercial legislation which should give an allowance for applicable modalities in the company ownership. (Strussen, Samuels, 2004)It seeks to promote a sound congress rule in the operational requirement of the companies, the taxing system, cost of activity and other requirements provided for the manufacturing company.
Since its formation, it aims at shaping the congress legislative protocol about the manufacturers to provide a coherently good environment for high competition of its members. Elsewhere, it sanctions a regulatory system of environment for the manufacturing industry which is adaptive to the US rate and state of economic growth. Through its campaigns it seeks to provide conditions with which policy makers do not compromise adequate conditions within its economic state which provide the best condition for company performance.
It seeks to strike an understanding into the laws and regulations ascribed to the sale and provision of the basic factors of production such as labor and material resources. Through a memorandum of understanding between it and the federal government, it has highly contributed to the broad structure of formulating various labor laws for the manufacturing industry within the US. (Strussen, Samuels, 2004) For both the AARP and the NAM, their activities are the same and involved in the lobbying process into the policy making state of the US.
For both, their activities are aimed at influencing the decisions of the executive powers since their bureaucratic nature have a highly discretionary influence in the implementation process of legislations. Their effort helps to positively influence the structure in the law formation in the United. Their efforts are discretionary respected within the federal structure for providing a better campaign in due process of instituting the legal system than the basic opinion of the public populations. They are good actors in spearheading the political will and system of governance in the states.
Interest groups have their target on political parties. Their influence is on the broad public interest and not on election of specific political candidate interest groups who will avoid much involvement in specific political parties. Both of them have shaped the broad public opinion through use of campaigns which help to shape the nature of the political scenery. (Strussen, Samuels, 2004) Broadly therefore, interest groups have much to do with the shaping and the structure of the broad factor of the law making process within a certain state.
Their campaigns define the legitimate nature with which the government would imperatively structure its laws.
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