(Solved) Poli 330N Week 7 Assignment: Final Project Policy Issue





Poli330N Final Project Policy Issue

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

You are a lobbyist for an issue that you find important. For example, you would like to see the banning of smoking in federal buildings (Note: This policy has already been enacted.) You are going to make an informational pamphlet to highlight your points to prominent members of Congress. Research members of Congress that you will target in your lobbying. Explain why these members are critical to your goal. Make a plan of action and produce a pamphlet supporting your cause. Who will you be reaching out to? Why? Write a cover letter to a Congressional member and include your reasoning for reaching out to them in particular in the letter. Remember a lobbyist is only as good as the information they provide. A lobbyist who provides incomplete or unreliable information will soon be unemployed, or lose access to officials.

Cover letter should:

  • Follow a standard business format
  • Correctly address your Congressperson
  • Use the correct postal address
  • Explain your choice to write to this representative in particular, and provide your pamphlet. For example, maybe your research showed that this representative sponsored legislation on this issue in the past.

Pamphlet should:

  • Define the problem. Tells us exactly what the problem is. Detail its urgency and provide data. Be objective.
  • Analyze the problem. Provide relevant data. Tell us how to make sense of the data. Provide any findings
  • Offer a recommendation. Do not generalize. Be specific.
  • Must be persuasive.
  • Cite four scholarly sources

Submit your cover letter and pamphlet for grading.

Writing Requirements (APA format).

  • Length: Cover letter to Congressman should be only 1 page
  • Pamphlet should be 5 pages in length
  • 1-inch margins
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • Reference page (minimum of 4 scholarly sources)


Views on animal welfare vary from one country to another. In the United States, these views and related legislation differ from state to state. Nonetheless, the last years have seen a surge in public interest in matters relating to animal welfare. The public expects significantly high standards in areas where wild animals are kept in captivity. In the United States, numerous zoos keep animals in captivity. They have often been subjected to public scrutiny over the welfare of their animals and standards of care. Public scrutiny in these facilities has once again increased following the release of a Netflix documentary dubbed Tiger King. The limited series shed light on the inhumane and inadequate treatment of animals in the zoos as they are exploited primarily for financial gains by the owners. The purpose of this write-up is to inform on the current state of affairs of the big cats held in these facilities and reasons why the Big Cat Public Safety Act is needed in modern America. 

In response to the growing public interest, researchers of zoo-based welfare have also expanded available scientific knowledge and understanding of animal welfare.

Problem Statement

The number of big cats living in captivity within the United States is higher than the number of big cats living freely in the wild. It is estimated that nearly 10,000 big cats are living in captivity in the United States and between 3,200 to 3,500 big cats living in the wild(Brentano, 2019c)………………….Click the purchase icon ABOVE to purchase full solution for $10