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'''Policy formulation''' is the development of an approach to solving a problem of [[Public Policy]].  Issues of Public Policy are determined by [[agenda setting]]. The [[president]], [[congress]], federal agencies,the people, and [[interest groups]] may all be involved in the process of policy formulation.<ref>US Government and Politics</ref>
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'''Policy formulation''' is the development of an approach to solving a problem of [[Public Policy]].  Issues of Public Policy are determined by [[agenda setting]]. The [[president]], [[congress]], federal agencies, the people, and [[interest groups]] may all be involved in the process of policy formulation.<ref>US Government and Politics</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 20:06, 30 September 2008

Policy formulation is the development of an approach to solving a problem of Public Policy. Issues of Public Policy are determined by agenda setting. The president, congress, federal agencies, the people, and interest groups may all be involved in the process of policy formulation.[1]

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  1. US Government and Politics