How?a?Bill?Becomes?a?Law

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Description
As you have discovered through this course, nurses are influential members of the community and the political
system. Therefore, for the purposes of this assignment you will identify a problem or concern in your
community, organization, etc. that has the capacity to be legislated. You will conduct research and state a
proposal. Through the legislative process, your proposal for the problem or concern may influence an idea for
change into a law.
First, refer to the ”How a Bill Becomes a Law” media.
http://lc.gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/nrs440v_how a bill becomes a law v2.1.php
Then, view the ”Bill to Law Process” to watch the scenario.
After viewing the scenario, refer to the ”Legislative Assignment.” You will need to save the document first in
order to use it.
Submit the assignment to the instructor. You also reserve the right to submit your completed proposal to the
respective government official. However, this is optional. If you select to submit your proposal as a part of the
legislative process, refer to ”Find Your Representative” or research the contact information on your own.
APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
Rep. Susan King, RN
Texas House of Representatives
Capitol Office
Room E2.416
PO Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
Tel: 512.463.0718
Fax: 512.463.0994
susan.king@house.state.tx.us
TEXAS
Rep. Donna Howard, BSN
Texas House of Representatives
Capitol Office
Room E2.810
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
Tel: 512.463.0631
Fax: 512.463.0901
donna.howard@house.state.tx.us
1. Influencing Health Care in the Legislative Arena
Read ”Influencing Health Care in the Legislative Arena,” by Abood, from Online Journal of Issues in Nursing
(2007).
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2. Mastering the Art of Politics
Read ”Mastering the Art of Politics,” by Dailey, from Pennsylvania Nurse (2008).
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3. Power Dynamics, Health Policy, and Politics
Read ”Power Dynamics, Health Policy, and Politics,” by Hahn, from MEDSURG Nursing (2009).
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4. Interview With a Nursing Policy Leader: A Hopeful Look at a Changing Profession
Read ”Interview With a Nursing Policy Leader: A Hopeful Look at a Changing Profession,” by Pulcini, from
American Journal of Nursing (2014).
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1. Political Advocacy, Anyone
Read ”Political Advocacy, Anyone ” located on The American Nurse website.
http://www.theamericannurse.org/index.php/2011/06/01/political advocacy anyone/
2. How a Bill Becomes a Law
Interact with ”How a Bill Becomes a Law.”
http://lc.gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/nrs440v_how a bill becomes a law v2.1.php