In previous sections, you learned the ways you can advocate throughout the legislative process. Following the legislative process, the regulatory, or implementation, process begins. Where the law is vague, regulations must be specific, and it is the role of federal and state agencies to determine how that law is implemented. In this guide, you will learn about the similarities and differences between legislative advocacy and regulatory advocacy, and why both are critical to your success. You will learn the basics of regulatory advocacy, its complexities and how you and your organization can make an impact on the regulatory process.
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