Full question: Introduction (1/2 page)—state your issue as currently understood Background (1-1 ½ pages)—describe your issue and its history. Why is the issue important? How has government addressed the issue in the past? Government (1-1 ½ pages)—How is state and/or local government currently addressing the issue? (legislation, judicial decision, agency report, etc.). It is acceptable to mention federal government policies, but only as context. Opinion (1-1 ½ pages)—Include at least two different opinions on the issue. Also include your own, but this should be in addition to the two contrasting opinions. Conclusion—The Action Plan is the culmination of your research. It consists of: (1) an issue in your topic area; (2) what could be done to address the issue, in other words, what new policy could be implemented; (3) what level and branch of government would be necessary to implement the policy; and (4) how you could act to promote the new policy. References list—must be in APA format (see below). Note the References list does not count toward page or word minimum requirements. The report should be 4-5 pages double-spaced (1200 words minimum). Parenthetical citations should be sprinkled throughout the paper to avoid the appearance of plagiarism. If a quote is longer than three lines, then use offset quote format. Quotes are not counted towards minimum length requirements.
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